Nate Dogg Stroke – Nathaniel Hale, popularly called Nate Dogg in the music scene died at the age of 41 yesterday for a yet to be disclosed reason. The Long Beach Press Telegraph broke the news about his death and was confirmed by members of his family.
Nate Dogg had survived strokes in 2007 and 2008 and a lot of people believe this is the cause of his death.
Nate Dogg’s death is mourned fellow hip-hop rappers and singers. Snoop Dogg twitted, “We lost a true legend n hip hop n rnb”.
Nate rose to prominence as a smooth-voiced hook singer with Dr. Dre, Snoop Doggand Warren G during the explosion of West Coast hip-hop and gangster rap in the early 1990s. A staple of Death Row Records, Nate debuted on Dre’s classic ‘The Chronic’ and scored a timeless smash collaborating with Warren G on the ever-popular ‘Regulate.’ That record alone basically saved an ailing Def Jam Records upon its release in 1994.