Niajel Hale is a popular celebrity kid and an emerging football player. He is mainly famous for being the son of American musician Nate Dogg.
Niajel Hale’s Family
Niajel Hale is the son of the rockstar, Nate Dogg, and Latoya.
Nathaniel Dwayne Hale, known professionally as Nate Dogg, was born on August 19, 1969, in Long Beach, California. He was the son of Daniel Lee Hale and Ruth Holmes. Nate had two siblings, Pamela Hale, and Sam Hale. As a youth, Nate sang at Long Beach’s New Hope Baptist Church, where his father, Ruth, was a pastor. At age 17, Nate dropped out of high school, left home, and 30 days later enlisted in the Marines. He was stationed at Camp Schwab in Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, in the Materiel Readiness Battalion of the 3rd Force Service Support Group, which supplied ammunition to most of the Pacific. After three years as an ammunition specialist, he was discharged in 1989.
Nate dated Latoya Calvin and had six children: Debra Hale, Nathaniel Hale Jr., Aundrane Hale, Whitney Hale, Niajel, and Milana Hale. On December 19, 2007, Nate suffered a stroke. After a week in Hospital, he entered a rehabilitation facility for a full recovery. He suffered another stroke on September 12, 2008. On March 15, 2011, he died at age 41 in Long Beach, California, of complications of multiple strokes or congestive heart failure.
Niajel Hale’s Net Worth
Niajel Hale is a celebrity kid who rose to prominence as the son of the famous rapper, Nate Dogg. In 2013, Niajel was committed to playing football at the University of Washington. His brother, Nathaniel Jr., adopted the stage name Lil Nate Dogg, and released his album, Son of a G. Niajel would also begin to create music, adopting the stage name NHale, and released his debut studio album, Young OG, in 2020.
Nate Dogg was an American singer, rapper, and songwriter. He gained recognition for providing guest vocals for a multitude of hit rap songs between 1992 and 2007, earning the nickname “King of Hooks.” He began his career in the early 1990s as a member of 213, a trio formed with his cousin Snoop Dogg and friend Warren G. He was known for his deep, melodic vocals, with his music often described as a mix between hip hop and R&B. In 1994, he co-wrote and sang Warren G’s hit single “Regulate”, which reached number two on the Billboard Hot 100 and served as a breakout success for both artists.
Nate often sought to sing on other artists’ tracks, usually to sing the hook. As a featured artist, he charted 16 times on the Billboard Hot 100, and in 2003 reached No. 1 via 50 Cent’s “21 Questions”. He also was notably featured on Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode” and Eminem’s “‘ Till I Collapse”. At his time of passing, he had a net worth of approx. $1.5 million.