Music Remixes

Warren G. feat Nate Dogg – Regulate (The Polish Ambassador Remix)


School is back in session and the summer is winding down. It’s always sad to see it go, but the cycle must continue!  I wanted to give you all a throwback with a twist, and this one felt particularly appropriate. G-funk for the weekend? Duh. I love the west coast creep of Warren G‘s original track, the kind that keeps your step for that extra half second. Mix that with Warren G and Nate Dogg‘s tagteam narrative, and you’ve got a meal fit for a breakbeat king.

I’m gettin jacked, I’m breakin myself
I can’t believe they taking Warren’s wealth
they took my rings, they took my rolex
I looked at the brotha said “Damn, what’s next?”

They got my homey hemmed up and they all around
ain’t none of them seeing if they going straight pound for pound
I gotta come up real quick before they start to clown
I best pull out my strap and lay them busters down”

While I was busy pouring some out for my boy Nate Dogg, I realized the Polish Ambassador had suddenly caused a ruckus. I went searching for his story and more of his “glitch-tweaked, wobble-freaked” sound. Jackpot! This dude seriously spins some dance-crazed, fist-pump-worthy anthems. I’m smitten. David Sugalski a.k.a the Polish Ambassador a.k.a Ample Mammal hits all the genres and makes all of them pound like whoa. And here’s the best news of your day – the Ambassador has his entire collection up for free download. Holler.

Warren G. feat. Nate Dogg – Regulate (The Polish Ambassador Remix)


Mark Ronson – Ooh Wee (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Nate Dogg)

I was talking to my roommate about the death of hip-hop and then I thought to myself, imagine how people who grew during the golden age of Rock & Roll must feel about rock now? But that’s as far as the questioning went, I’ve never been one to care much for this type of conversation, all good things must come to an end to make room for the next good thing, and since there are endless possibilities it’s not worth much trying to hold on. I think it’s more important to create something new using inspiration from the past but just trying to hold on to the past alone can really limit your ability to experience new and exciting things which in the end might actually end up better then what your desperately trying to maintain.

Mark Ronson is one of those quality producers who understands this concept. Constantly blending all sorts of genres, styles and era’s, he creates music that keeps things moving forward while acknoleding the greatestness that’s come before him. I could talk for days about this but as usual Fridays non-stop and I’m finishing this as I walk into my next meeting, enjoy.

Mark Ronson – Ooh Wee (Feat. Ghostface Killah & Nate Dogg)