Warren g regulate 100 Best Hip-Hop Beats by Complex

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[Produced By: Warren G] Regulate by Warren G (Ft. Nate Dogg)

The classic g-funk flavor-explosion features a whole lot of hypnotizing riffs played to match four four time instrumentation, which is composed with a wide variation of instruments ranging from figured bass to the usage of an ocarina.

The “Regulate” beat features 2 samples. The main groove in the song comes from the 1982 Michael McDonald song “I Keep Forgettin' (Every Time You’re Near)”. The horn riff used the Bob James’s song “Sign of the Times”, also known in hip-hop for serving as the main sample for De La Soul’s “Keepin' the Faith”.

In an interview with DJ Skee, Warren also detailed on the recording of “Regulate”, revealing that Nate Dogg’s vocals were actually recorded in a closet, among some of the equipment that was used when making the beat and more. Watch the 2 minute-long interview below or by clicking here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=3BVhmvU1e4I

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What is a simplified/reduced fraction? Simplifying/Reducing Fractions by Math Genius

Fractions often use numbers that are rather larger, for example 39/234. It’s hard to know how much you really have now, and the fraction is even harder to work with.

This is when you simplify and reduce a fraction. The process will help you get fractions with smaller numbers than you have when you start, while the amount you have doesn’t change at all.

Earlier 39/234 was used as an example, we will show that 39/234 is the exact same as 1/6.

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Nigga Had 2 Gat Ya by Brotha Lynch Hung

A rather interesting choice if you look at the other two songs BLH sampled vocals from, but certainly not a bad one. This comes from the anti-Nixon Curtis Mayfield song “(Don’t Worry) If There’s Hell Below We’re All Going to Go”.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=x1xmXOP3lhM#t=35

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Yeah, you know I had to gat ya Had 2 Gat Ya by Brotha Lynch Hung

This line is sampled from the classic Cypress Hill song “How I Could Just Kill a Man”. The lines go

Hummin', comin' at cha
Yeah ya know I’m gonna gat ya

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(Creep wit' me, through my neighborhood) Where My Homiez? (Come Around My Way) by Ill Al Skratch

This line is most-likely interpolated from the Dr. Dre/Snoop Dogg classic “Deep Cover”, which featured Snoop’s infamous opening lines

Creep with me, as I crawl through the hood
Maniac, lunatic, call me Snoop Eastwood

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I can feel it Dope by Tyga (Ft. Rick Ross)

This line is sampled from The Undisputed Truth’s “(I Know) I’m Losing You”, in a similar fashion to how it was sampled on Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg’s classic “Deep Cover”, which is also the song “Dope” samples its whole grove from.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=2jtnCeV3rEk

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(Creep with me, as I crawl through the hood) Creep N Crawl by Eazy-E

This line is a chopped sample of Snoop Dogg, from his infamous collaboration with Dr. Dre called “Deep Cover”.

Interesting to note, is that at the time this (posthumous) album was released Eazy had squashed the beef with Dre, and here he uses a sample off one of his songs. But at the same time, this album also features disses to Death Row, like “Wut Would You Do”.

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Three “ghetto dwelling insects” Sure Shot Singles: Digable Planets – Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like That) by The Source (Ft. Digable Planets)

“Ghetto dwelling insects” refers to the names of the Digable Planets' members; Butterfly, Doodlebug and Spare a Match.

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Native tongue grooviness Sure Shot Singles: Digable Planets – Rebirth Of Slick (Cool Like That) by The Source (Ft. Digable Planets)

The Native Tongues crew is known for the distinctive jazz rap sound that took the whole world by storm in the early 90’s. Well-known members are A Tribe Called Quest, De La Soul and Jungle Brothers.

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