After an extended delay, Nate Dogg finally has a full-length album coming out, with the rapper's much belated "G-Funk Classics" due out this summer.
Dogg was signed to Death Row from 1993 to 1996, but the troubled label was never able to put the album out. In the meantime, Dogg went on to earn chart-topping success for his collaboration with Warren G on 1994's "Regulate.
The first single off of Dogg's upcoming double-album is "Nobody Does It Better," which features his old buddy Warren G, and has already shipped to radio. "G-Funk Classics" also includes guest spots by Snoop Doggy Dogg, the Dogg Pound and even the late Tupac Shakur.