Smooth-ass hip-hop song that came out in 1994 and performed by Warren G. and Nate Dogg and one of the silkiest rap songs ever to hit your ears. Charted #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop and Rap charts.
"Regulate" appears on both the "Above the Rim" Soundtrack and Warren G.'s album, "Regulate: The G-Funk Era." It has since become a bona fide classic in hip-hop and is now considered an old school jam of jams.
Because of the Micheal McDonald sample and Warren G. and Nate Dogg's smooth voices, white people go crazy over this g-funk track. However, they will often erroneously refer to this song's title as "Regulators" or "The Regulators" because of the intro, which contains lines taken from the 1988 film "Young Guns."
We regulate any stealing of his property,
And we're damned good too.