Nate Dogg’s legacy still lives on after seven years of his passing. Having managed to give us countless hooks that still get played today, such as “The Next Episode” and “21 Questions.” With that said, it shouldn’t be shocking to know that Nate is still being paid off of his music royalties alone years after his death.
According to TMZ, Nate Dogg’s family is still receiving checks from his music royalties seven years after his passing. According to documents, the money adds up to a total of $225K in cash. His widow, Toya Calvin, is receiving $30K from it, his son, Naijiel Dwoyne Hale gets $11,666. His seven other family members receive $8,333 each.
Earlier this year, Nate Dogg was honored alongside Warren G and Snoop Dogg in the YouTube documentary, “G Funk,” which showed the trio bringing the sound to the forefront of the West Coast.