Warren G Aka “The Regulator” is one of the biggest names in the West Coast hip-hop. After growing up in Long Beach with his stepbrother Dr. Dre and his childhood friends Nate Dogg (RIP) and Snoop Dogg, he created the group 213. Warren wrote and produced the timeless single “Regulate” in 1994, which became one of the most important songs in American hip hop, and is Def Jam’s biggest single ever. To this day, Warren G has been part of over 50M records sold worldwide which includes producing, writing and being featured in a number of albums and songs such as “The Chronic”, by Dr. Dre, and “DoggyStyle”, by Snoop Dogg. He continues to make records under the vanity label G-Funk Music and although under the radar, has helped produce many top 10 tracks. With the 20th anniversary of “Regulate” and upcoming tours, festivals and music, Warren is ready for his return to the top of the game.