Synopsis: The untold story of how hip-hop's most commercial and iconic sub-genre came to be.
Director(s): Karam Gill
Production: YouTube Premium
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87 min

have a fight.

Snoop was just...

was so talented, you know.

And I was his


just, you know,

talkin' to the crowd.

I would call his battles out.

You know, I would tell him like,

"Snoop, da-da-da-da

wanna battle.

Let's go get him."

Warren G was like Don King

or a promoter,

'cause he would always,

you know,

say, "My homeboy

could do this and do this."

[Warren G] And I'd be

like, "Hold up, Snoop.

Wait a minute.

What's that right there?"

[Snoop Dogg] And I would rap about

whatever he was pointin' at.

"Hey, Snoop, what about

that right there?"

"Oh, you talkin'

about the water bottle?"

Goin' off on him, off a bottle.

Dogg would bust like that.

And he'd be like, "Hey, Snoop,

what about this Chinese food?"

And he would rap about it

and break it down.

And make it work towards

whoever he's battling.

It was incredible the things

that he could do.

As far as Nate, Nate came

from Mississippi as a kid,

and he rode right

into what was goin' on.

[airliner landing]

[Snoop Dogg]

First time I met Nate Dogg was,

uh, Poly High School in 1986.

We had a science class.

I was beatin'

on the table, I think

to a Rakim song that came out,

"I Ain't No Joke,"

and I was doin'

that beat on the table,

and I was rappin'

and freestylin'.

And Nate was sittin', like,

right on the side of me.

And he started, like, singin'

and freestylin'.

And we just... we jammed.

Snoop was like, "Man, you need

to get down with me and Warren."

Back in the days

At Poly High

Yo, check me, yo

Back in the days

At Poly High

Got to get your scrap on

Do or die yo

Back in the days

At Poly High

Old school

Old school mother...

[Warren G] I didn't even know

that Nate could sing like that.

The soulfulness

that was comin' from his voice

was just... was incredible.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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