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"I said, I’m gonna write a song about the women like my mum, women like my sister, who I think represent the strong black women, and I did that. Now I’mma write about the women I see that was "I Get Around." If I just write songs like "Keep Ya Head Up" it would make me seem more than what I am, but I’m just a normal man."
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Warren G recently sat down with legendary radio personality Big Boy in conjunction with the recently released G-Funk documentary. Over the course of an hour Warren G and Big Boy covered discussed many topics. Something that caught my attention was the time period between Death Row Records giving Warren G the cold shoulder till his landing a solo deal with Def Jam Records. A significant figure that helped Warren G during this time frame was 2Pac.
At the 25:00 mark of the interview Warren G discusses how he initially did not sign to Death Row Records. Suge Knight refused to let lawyers look at the recording contracts. He just did not want to be questioned and have the contracts signed without question. Warren G ultimately refused and as a result was left off the tour in support of Dr Dre’s monumental album The Chronic. Warren G had played a large part in the album by bringing over Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg over to Death Row. Also providing input with the album production and sketches but not officially receiving credit.
Fortunately, though at the 38:30 mark Warren G brings up how he received his first official production gig working on MC Breed’s The New Breed album released in 1993. Two of the tracks would also feature 2Pac. #213#2Pac#90sHiphop#bigboy#DeathRowRecords#DefJam#definitionofathug#Dr.Dre #GFunk#GottaGetMine#HowLongWillTheyMournMe#Makaveli#MCBreed#natedogg#PoeticJustice#RichieRich#RUStillDown#SnoopDogg#TheChronic#TheGChild#thuglife#Tupac#WarrenG#WestcoastHipHop https://hiphopnewsjournal.com/warren-g-and-2pac-bridge-between-death-row-and-def-jam/
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