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Q: a song from the late eighties or early ninetys ( Answered,   0 Comments )
Subject: a song from the late eighties or early ninetys
Category: Miscellaneous
Asked by: jeyhue5-ga
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Posted: 05 Nov 2005 13:11 PST
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Question ID: 589498
a black rap group featured this song on M.T.V. a one word title, the
word ends with 'ator'. most probably 'nator' such as eliminator,
however the word indicates to bring peace. or to settle. I honestly
have tried for wks to remember.

Request for Question Clarification by googlenut-ga on 05 Nov 2005 22:35 PST
Hello jeyhue5-ga,

Could you be thinking of ?Regulate? by Warren G with Nate Dogg?

You can watch the video here:

Subject: Re: a song from the late eighties or early ninetys
Answered By: googlenut-ga on 06 Nov 2005 14:45 PST
Hello jeyhue5-ga,

I?m glad I was able to find the song for you. The song you are looking
for is ?Regulate? by Warren G with Nate Dogg.

You can watch the video here:

"Regulate" can be found on Warren G?s 1994 CD ?Regulate the G-Funk Era?.
Regulate the G-Funk Era 
Warren G

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I searched ( for
synonyms for the word ?settle?.  I then searched
( for popular rap songs that used one of
these words in the title and were played on MTV during the late
eighties or early nineties.
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