As the chief architect of West Coast gangsta rap, he won over five Grammy Awards, including one for Best Rap Solo Performance for "Let Me Ride" in 1994.
He transferred from Vanguard Jr. High to Roosevelt Jr. High to avoid gang violence. His mother married Warren Griffin, making the future Warren G. Dr. Dre's new stepbrother.
He used to rap with Eazy-E IN N.W.A. and has produced albums for Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and 50 Cent.
He got married to Nicole Threatt in May 1996 and they had two children together.
He produced albums for Snoop Dogg, and they starred in many music videos together in the '90s.
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