Author Topic: Warren G talks about not working close with Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre & Death Row  (Read 3660 times)

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Warren G speakin' the truth. Kinda fucked up that shit went down the way it did back in the Death Row days.
 

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Warren g interview, death row, feels left out by snoop and dre.
« Reply #3 on: January 19, 2010, 10:04:34 PM »



After watching this I started to wonder why dre doesn't collaborate with warren g. I don't even think he came out on chronic 2001, maybe dre and snoop thin warren is wack?

Warren seems legitimately hurt about being excluded.
 

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damn g dubb hurt like a mutha....step it up g dubb and release some dope muzik like you once did
get over it g-dubb..lol
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step it up g dubb and release some dope muzik like you once did
 

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for real stop complainin bout somethin that you chose to do years ago, do whats good for right now cuz you cant go back into time
aite you werent involved more on any of dre's projects...so what?
you can make dope muzik wit out him...so do it but dont make that wack shit you made wit ray j and that other shit
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« Last Edit: January 19, 2010, 10:52:39 PM by GET YOUR WALK ON »
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this was a good interview.. I kinda feel bad for him.  U can tell it bothers him a lil. 

And to everybody saying he should stop complaining and get over it, give the man a little slack.
This guy's been getting asked these questions for the last 12 years, and he's always kept quiet and never said anything.  He just talked about his new projects, and leaving the past behind him.. This is the one time, or at least the first I've ever heard a response like this. 
Everybody has a couple of moments, when they think back on times in their life and get a lil emo.. I'm guessing, Warren had a some alcohol in his system, and the reporter just asked him a question, that brought back some memories.. and his response just flowed out. Do u guys really think he sits there all day every day thinking about what happened in 93'.. and is miserable

And honestly, he has always been kinda shitted on by his friends and family.  Never got any credit for all the work he did on doggystyle, including the main melody for "aint no fun" and to me, the ultimate slap in the face was when they finally did a 213 album, they didn't let him do 1 beat on it!!!  WHAT??  that was prob gonna be his dream finally coming true, to work with his 2 best friends and they didn't let him do what he shinned at.  We all know rapping isn't his forte.  And that was also a slap in the face of all the fans who had been waiting for that 213 album for years.  Don't get me wrong, even though I was dissapointed at first listen, it did grow on me, and I consider it a pretty dope album, it was nowhere near as good as it should have been.  It should have been Warren on the beats, Nate on the hooks, and Snoop rapping. 

Ok, I'm just rambling now, but all I'm saying is.. Cut the guy a lil slack.  Maybe he made a mistake, way back in the day.. Whatever, this is just one interview.  It's easy for us to sit here and analyze his words, when people get in different moods on different days.. he jus answered the questions as honest as he could at the moment he was asked.  I appreciate honest answers as opposed to the same interviews with the same artists getting asked the same questions giving the same answers over and over.


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then he shouldnt have done the 213 album
they wont let him put his beats on it...then dont do the album but dont do the album but then complain that it didnt turn out the way you wanted it to turn out
how you gon be mad that your beats arent on the album but still finish the album and put it out but then be mad about it in another department? lol





this was a good interview.. I kinda feel bad for him.  U can tell it bothers him a lil.  

And to everybody saying he should stop complaining and get over it, give the man a little slack.
This guy's been getting asked these questions for the last 12 years, and he's always kept quiet and never said anything.  He just talked about his new projects, and leaving the past behind him.. This is the one time, or at least the first I've ever heard a response like this.  
Everybody has a couple of moments, when they think back on times in their life and get a lil emo.. I'm guessing, Warren had a some alcohol in his system, and the reporter just asked him a question, that brought back some memories.. and his response just flowed out. Do u guys really think he sits there all day every day thinking about what happened in 93'.. and is miserable

And honestly, he has always been kinda shitted on by his friends and family.  Never got any credit for all the work he did on doggystyle, including the main melody for "aint no fun" and to me, the ultimate slap in the face was when they finally did a 213 album, they didn't let him do 1 beat on it!!!  WHAT??  that was prob gonna be his dream finally coming true, to work with his 2 best friends and they didn't let him do what he shinned at.  We all know rapping isn't his forte.  And that was also a slap in the face of all the fans who had been waiting for that 213 album for years.  Don't get me wrong, even though I was dissapointed at first listen, it did grow on me, and I consider it a pretty dope album, it was nowhere near as good as it should have been.  It should have been Warren on the beats, Nate on the hooks, and Snoop rapping.  

Ok, I'm just rambling now, but all I'm saying is.. Cut the guy a lil slack.  Maybe he made a mistake, way back in the day.. Whatever, this is just one interview.  It's easy for us to sit here and analyze his words, when people get in different moods on different days.. he jus answered the questions as honest as he could at the moment he was asked.  I appreciate honest answers as opposed to the same interviews with the same artists getting asked the same questions giving the same answers over and over.


« Last Edit: January 20, 2010, 12:32:01 AM by GET YOUR WALK ON »
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yeah ok.. That was his best shot at being relevant in the music scene again.  U think he's gonna pass that up?

they made a descision to use other people's beats for financial reasons.  I'm sure he was upset, but he had to roll with it.
Its not like they could have put out a snoop and nate dogg album and call it a 213 album.. no, that would have to be called a snoop dogg and nate dogg album.

No rapper in thier right mind would pass up a paycheck like that, especially if he hasn't been heard from by the majority of the non-westcoast world in years.
If it has snoop dogg's name on it, and a video playing on mtv or bet.. chances are, ur gonna want to get ur name, face and voice out there


lets just say, he did say, "fuck it.. I don't want to be a part of this"  then, people would of thought he was a lil bitch for not getting his way.  Lets face it, a 213 album is supposed to be a collective effort from 3 people.. but your fooling yourself if you think anybody but Snoop dogg made most if not all the executive descisons. 
« Last Edit: January 20, 2010, 12:59:06 AM by nuk23 »

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Damn, Warren speaking from the heart...


I remember that shit with the 213 album too, real cold. It would be nice if Dre got word of this video.
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Warren already spoke on this several times before.
edit: although this is the first time for me that he says that he felt left behind by Dr.Dre :-\

still, he made a good decision when he went with Def Jam


After watching this I started to wonder why dre doesn't collaborate with warren g. I don't even think he came out on chronic 2001, maybe dre and snoop thin warren is wack?

Warren seems legitimately hurt about being excluded.
well Dre & Snoop like to make hits.
perhaps they think Warren G can't produce hit records ( any more)?
« Last Edit: January 20, 2010, 02:16:16 AM by From Dre-Day to Helter Skelter »
 

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Dre and Snoop never respected him as he deserved... why Dre told him "do yo thang" while he took 213's Snoop and Nate with him? And why Snoop didn't let him produce nothing on "The Hard Way"? Fuck 'em!

I respect Warren for what he did on his own, believe it or not but on 1997 he was bigger than Dre, Snoop and any rap artist here in Italy... he even came here to our biggest show (like the SuperBowl in America) where rappers were not "allowed", except Eminem years later.
 

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yeah, Warren has been asked about this several times before.  But this is the first time he kinda gave an emotional answer, he spoke how he feels.  maybe it was just an emo moment, but at least its real feelings and not politically correct answers.

And don't get me wrong, I think it was a good move for him to go by himself to Def Jam.  He blew up kinda by himself.  I mean, he was there with all of them, working on the Chronic and Doggystyle.  But when it was time for his own solo project, he was pretty much on his own.  And honestly, I think it was more of Suge's choice than anybody else.. It was Suge that wanted DeathRow to be more of an exclusive Record Company, where it was self effecient.  Kinda like Motown, where it was just a team of producers, and artists working only for the Company.  He didn't really let any DR inmate go be featured on non-deathrow albums back then. 

Warren G's 1st album was a classic.. and it blew up big time, what was it like 3x platinum?  Imagine if it had a 94' era Snoop Doggy Dogg in his prime featured on say like 2 or 3 tracks!  Those smooth G Child tracks were basically taylor made for Snoopy back then.  Or even dre helping out behind the boards. 

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crazy shit for real... snoop has done warren fucked up

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suge knight never liked warren, cus he was talkin shit in Vibe magazine - which resulted in him gettin pulled from some deathrow-trax (like "let's play house") adn gettin x'd from future projects on Tha Row
 so warren kinda fucked himself up like dat..

2pac saved his career though - not too many know that

i do agree dat warren was gettin treated bad by some of his peers though - but still it's a musicindustry - and only the strong survive

also, Warren G was the only nigga out the whole DPGC-bunch dat sold any records in Europe in the 90's. Dre and Snoop could only dream about the sucess Warren had wit his Def Jam-shit outside of US.. dat's why Dre said in an interview for "The show" documentary - dat if he knew he was gonna blow up the way he did, he probly would've fuckd wit him more in the first place
warren was a popstar in Europe in the 90's. yall member "prince igor" n the shit he did wit Peter andré?
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for real stop complainin bout somethin that you chose to do years ago, do whats good for right now cuz you cant go back into time
aite you werent involved more on any of dre's projects...so what?
you can make dope muzik wit out him...so do it but dont make that wack shit you made wit ray j and that other shit
DAMN RETURN OF THE REGULATOR IS CLASSIC
GAME DONT WAIT...damn g dubb for real tho

That I'd have to disagree with. Besides 3-4 "good" songs the album doesn't retain my interest all that much. It had the potential to be far better than what came out. It even had Dr Dre on there for the 2 that never work together. I wasn't expecting Regulate, but Take a Look over your shoulder, and I want It All are all superior
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good interview, thats some sad shit, big up warren g and much success to him
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http://www.devidev.com/2010/01/the-regulator/
take a look over your shoulder is a classic 2me..yall sleeping on dat lp....and snoop should have had aleast 2or 3 G tracks on 213.
 

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og warren g been platinum been gold even after death row era he still went platinum with his 3rd album

 

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props, man warren g still seems down from that even though it happened a long time ago
« Last Edit: January 20, 2010, 05:40:11 AM by kuruptDPG »
 

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Warren G, RBX and Nate Dogg got treated like shit while everybody was on Death Row, that's fucked up since they were all a big family.
 

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DAMN RETURN OF THE REGULATOR IS CLASSIC

That I'd have to disagree with. Besides 3-4 "good" songs the album doesn't retain my interest all that much. It had the potential to be far better than what came out. It even had Dr Dre on there for the 2 that never work together. I wasn't expecting Regulate, but Take a Look over your shoulder, and I want It All are all superior

Phew, gotta respond to this one, 'cos Return of the Regulator is definitly my favorite Warren album! Never gets old! My favorite cuts:

- Lookin' at you
- Here comes another hit
- Somethin' to bounce to
- This Gangsta shit is too much
- Young loc's slow down
- Yo' Sassy ways
- It ain't nothing' wrong with you
- They Lovin' me now
- Streets of the LBC

To have this many tracks that I don't skip on a cd is pretty rare for me.