G-Funk: The Untold Story of Warren G and How Hip-Hop’s Most Iconic Sub-Genre Came To Be has officially hit YouTube. However, it’s only available in full to those who subscribe to YouTube Premium.

The documentary features never-before-seen footage and interviews with Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Ice Cube, Ice T, Too Short, The D.O.C., Wiz Khalifa and others. It explores not only Warren G’s story but also G-Funk’s impact on pop culture.

Watch the free preview below and sign up for YouTube Premium here to watch the film in its entirety. 

[This article has been updated. The last update was published on June 28, 2018 and can be found below.]

YouTube has shared the first official trailer for G-Funk: The Untold Story of Warren G and How Hip-Hop’s Most Iconic Sub-Genre Came To Be. 

Set to Nate Dogg and Warren G’s iconic hit “Regulate,” the 40-second trailer features vintage footage of the late Nate Dogg and interviews with The D.O.C. and Snoop Dogg.

“With never-before-seen footage and interviews, Warren G, Snoop Dogg, and other West Coast legends detail the rise of G Funk and its impact on both hip-hop and pop culture,” the description reads.

The documentary is expected to premiere exclusively on YouTube on July 11.

Check out the trailer above.

[The original version of this article was published on June 20, 2018 and can be found below.]

YouTube has announced it acquired the new documentary, G-Funk: The Untold Story of Warren G and How Hip-Hop’s Most Iconic Sub-Genre Came To Be. The film tells the story of how the sub-genre rose to prominence in the early ’90s through various accounts of its pioneers.

Featuring never-before-seen footage and interviews with Warren G, Snoop Dogg, Chuck D, Ice Cube, Ice T, Too Short, The D.O.C., Wiz Khalifa and others, G-Funk dives into Warren G’s story and G-Funk’s impact on pop culture.

“I really wanted people to experience the world of West Coast Hip Hop seen through my eyes, and also how it helped inspire and evolve the current music of today,” Warren G said in a press release. “We all knew we were creating something dope but didn’t realize it would have such a lasting effect on music indefinitely.”

The “Regulate” legend recently hosted an advance screening of the film at the American Black Film Festival 2018 in Miami Beach, Florida.

G-Funk marks the first feature film from 24-year-old director Karam Gill and is expected to premiere on July 22.