G Funk, the documentary that explores the untold story of hip-hops most iconic subgenre through Warren G, is now out there for fans to watch.
Directed by 24-year-old Karam Gill, G Funk follows the crew 213 and showcases never-before-seen footage and interviews with Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Ice Cube, Ice T, Too Short, The D.O.C., Wiz Khalifa and others about G Funks impact on pop culture, and it is now showing on YouTube Premium.
Warren Gs studio albums include Regulate…G Funk Era, Take a Look Over Your Shoulder, In the Mid-Nite Hour and The G Files.
According to YouTube: G FUNK explores the sounds origination and lasting impact on music and culture. The film also chronicles Warren Gs journey with Snoop Dogg and Nate Dogg during the early 90s, as they rose to international fame while he returned to Long Beach, California without a record deal.
Speaking of what it was like to break into the scene, Warren G told People: When I was coming up, it was hard — real hard — because we didnt have a platform where you push a button and your music spreads out to everyone, so we had dub cassette tapes that we had to take to people at clubs and in the streets, and then they take those to people.
It circulated like the internet, but without the internet.
For G Funk, Matt Carpenter serves as an executive producer together with producers Gary Ousdahl, Rafael Chavez, Bob Ruggeri and Warren G. The film is produced by G Funk Productions, Chavez Bros. Productions, and Omega Point Films.