It's a Shame: '90s Music Stars We Lost Too Soon

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  • Eazy-E
  • Guru
  • Nate Dogg
  • Big L
  • Freaky Tah
  • ODB
  • Chris Kelly, Kris Kross
  • Heavy D
  • Big Pun
  • Tupac
  • The Notorious B.I.G.
  • Natina Reed
  • Kenny Greene
  • Melanie Janene Thornton
  • David Cole
  • Orish Grinstead
  • Aaliyah
  • Lisa Lopes
  • Tony Thompson
  • Kevin Conner

Nate Dogg

Nate Dogg debuted on Dr. Dre 's instant classic The Chronic and his laid back, melodious rap-singing made it cool for a gangsta to croon, sealing his voice as one of the most unique in the genre. His first hit was 1994's "Regulate" with Warren G, and as a Death Row artist he was featured on many Tupac songs. He died in 2011 after suffering a series of strokes. 

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