One of the originators of the Hip Hop sub genre G Funk, Warren G is most identified by the song Regulators (1994) featuring Nate Dogg. Warren G along with Nate Dogg and Snoop Dogg formed the group 213 as teenagers, and this led to Warren G introducing the group to his step brother Dr. Dre. Snoop Dogg went on to continue working heavily with Dr. Dre, while Warren G, although he did work with Dr. Dre as well, decided to make sure he pursued his career away from his step-brother’s shadow. He did just that with the release of Regulate…G Funk Era (1994). Warren G went on to make a prominent career as not just a celebrity rapper, but also a producer. He produced tracks with Dr. Dre and produced for artists such as Snoop Dogg, 2Pac, MC Breed, and more. His most recent release was in 2015, titled Regulate… G Funk Era Pt II which included unreleased work he had done with the late celeb Nate Dogg.