R.I.P. Nate Dogg

Singer Nate Dogg, known for his collaborations with Dr. Dre, Warren G and longtime friend Snoop Dogg, has died at age 41.
Nate Dogg first came into prominence in 1994 with his collaboration with Warren G, “Regulate”. The track reached number 2 on the US Hot 100 charts and was nominated fro a Grammy. The track made Nate Dogg’s vocals synonymous with g-funk hooks. He went on to sing on such high profile tracks as Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode”, Snoop Dogg’s “Ain’t No Fun”, Fabolous‘ “Can’t Deny It”, and Ludacris‘ “Area Codes”.
Nate Dogg’s career was derailed in 2007 when the singer suffer a stroke. The singer suffered a second stroke in 2008. In recent months, Warren G had stated in interviews that Nate Dogg was in physical therapy rehabbing and attempting to get his career back on track.
A cause of death has not been released but MTV reports it was a complication from the strokes.
MP3: Warren G featuring Nate Dogg “Regulate”