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Hailing from Long Beach, California Warren G is an American rapper, hip hop artist, DJ, producer and singer. He has been active in American hip hop and R&B since 1992. His music has been released by Def Jam, Universal, TVT, his very own G–Funk, Restless and Violator Management. Warren has been associated with a large number of artists and bands in the music industry, including Nate Dogg, Snoop Dogg, Knocturn'al, Dr. Dre, Mista Grimm, Xzibit, Game, Young Jeezy and Busta Rhymes. You can catch him live at his next concert by getting Warren G tickets.
Warren G is best known for the song Regulate, which charted second in the US and went on to rank at the top of charts all over the world. This West Coast rapper grew up listening to soul, funk and jazz and in 1990, founded the hip hop group 213, with his friends and fellow musicians Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg. Named after the area code of Long Beach, 213 rose to fame but dissolved after Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg signed onto Death Row Records.
Warren G kicked off his solo career collaborating with the likes of 2Pac and MC Breed. His first major hit was Indo Smoke, a song featuring Mista Grimm. The song was featured on the soundtrack of Poetic Justice in 1992.
The song's success led to a collaboration with his stepbrother, Dr Dre; Warren G went on to contribute to Dre's The Chronic, which was released in 1992. In 1994, he released the song Regulate, a duet with Nate Dogg, which topped charts and propelled him to worldwide fame. He went on to release the album Regulate…G Funk Era later that year. The album was soon certified triple platinum by the RIAA and sold three million copies in the US and four million copies worldwide.
In 1994, Warren also collaborated on a song with Cedric Ceballo, the former NBA All–Star and Slam Dunk champion, as part of an album that featured rap songs by NBA stars of the nineties. His song What's Love Got to Do With I ranked number two on the UK Singles Chart and featured songstress Adina Howard. It was also featured on the soundtrack for Supercop.
In 1997, Warren released his second studio album, Take a Look Over Your Shoulder. The song I Shot the Sheriff became a gold certified single in the US and ranked second on the UK Singles chart. The album was also certified gold.
G also went on to collaborate with a number of European singers, including Sissel Kyrkjebo, a Norwegian soprano superstar. He recorded the song Prince Igor with Kyrkjebo which went on to top charts across Europe. It was featured on The Rhapsody Overture, an album that contained European opera singers collaborating with American rappers.
By the time, G was signed onto Restless Records and released his third album in 1999. Titled I Want It All, it featured a different jazz rock fusion sound and featured the likes of Eve, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt and Mack 10. Two of the album's singles were certified gold while the album itself was certified platinum in the US.
More recently, Warren G released his sixth album, The G Files, in 2009. He appeared on Celebrity Rap Superstar. In 2013, he went on the West Coast Fest Tour, alongside a number of rappers including Mack 10, E–40 and DJ Quik. In 2014, he began working with BTS, a Korean hip hop group, on their next album.
Overall, Warren G has sold more than ten million copies albums worldwide. The artist has a huge fan following and his concerts are entertaining affairs. You can catch him live at his next concert after purchasing Warren G tickets.