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Digital Underground

While hip-hop was consumed by the hardcore, noisy political rap of Public Enemy and the gangsta rap of N.W.A., Digital Underground sneaked out of Oakland with their bizarre, funky homage to Parliament-Funkadelic. Digital Underground built most of their music from P-Funk samples and developed a similarly weird sense of style and humor, highlighted by Shock-G's outrageous costumes and the whole band's parade of alter egos. Of all these alter egos, Shock-G's Humpty Hump -- a ridiculous comical figure with a Groucho Marx nose and glasses and a goofy, stuttering voice -- was the most famous, especially since he was immortalized on their breakthrough single, "The Humpty Dance." Over the course of their career, Digital Underground have featured a numerous members, but throughout it all, Shock-G has remained at their core, developing the band's sound and style, which they had from the outset, as their 1990 debut, Sex Packets, proved. Sex Packets was an instant hit, thanks the loopy single "The Humpty Dance," and while they never scaled such commercial heights ever again, their role in popularizing George Clinton's elastic funk made them one of the most important hip-hop groups of their era.

Shock-G (born Gregory E. Jacobs, August 25, 1963) spent most of his childhood moving around the East Coast with his family, eventually settling in the Bay Area of California. He dropped out of high school in the late '70s and spent several years pursuing a life of crime before eventually finishing his degree and going to college to study music. Along with Chopmaster J, Shock-G formed Digital Underground in 1987, and the duo released a single, "Underwater Rimes," that year, which went to number one in the Netherlands. In 1989, the group signed with Tommy Boy, and that summer "Doowutchyalike" became an underground hit. By that time, Digital Underground had expanded significantly, featuring DJ Fuze, Money-B (born Ron Brooks), and Schmoovy-Schmoov (born Earl Cook). Sex Packets, the group's debut album, was released in the spring of 1990, and "The Humpty Dance," which was rapped by Shock-G's alter ego Humpty Hump, climbed all the way to number 11 on the pop charts, peaking at number seven on the R&B charts. With its P-Funk samples, jazzy interludes, and innovative amalgam of samples and live instrumentation, Sex Packets received positive reviews and went platinum by the end of the year.

Digital Underground followed Sex Packets in early 1991 with This Is an EP Release, their first recording to feature rapper Tupac Shakur. The EP went gold and set the stage for their second album, Sons of the P, which was released that fall. On the strength of the gold single "Kiss You Back," Sons of the P also went gold, but it received criticism for its similarity to Sex Packets. By the time Digital Underground delivered their third album, The Body-Hat Syndrome in late 1993, hip-hop had become dominated by gangsta rap, particularly the drawling G-funk of Dr. Dre, which ironically was heavily indebted to Clinton. Consequently, their fan base diminished significantly, and The Body-Hat Syndrome disappeared shortly after its release. Nearly three years later, Digital Underground returned with Future Rhythm, which spent a mere three weeks on the charts. Who Got the Gravy? followed in 1998. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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Sexy baby
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Cute
Pl
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Humpty Dance! One of the best party records ever.
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Yessss
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Tupac for life way before his time R.I.P. PAC always been 1 of favorites and greatest in my book ...much love
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Me and shock G share the same birthday, august 25. I didnt kno it until i read this, so now i kno what i will be playing on my birthday for a theme song. THE HUMPTY DANCE...YEAH
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wilsontl2
Underrated band! Intelligent brothas. Wow Gangta Rap knocked off a lot of careers.
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Lol at all or most of the comments great responses ima ol head so.. but definitely underrated
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Thats ok
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https://db.t t / o u h x m G M 2

This is our album Henn & Goo$e.. check us out coach city boyz on you tube.!!!

Please post it to your Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You will be a believer after you listen to the album!
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jisazajr
2PAC great music. digital underground music is too funky, no direction, trying new things - sounds like garbage.
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They where so under rated.
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PAC not dead his music lives 4 ever
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big like a pickle....
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Save the best for last
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Greatest rapper to step foot in this planet by far lol 2pac
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Love them
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Rip Tupac
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Stop what your doin', cause I'm about to ruin, the image and the style that your used to... Do me baby! &-) yep and in the 69 you know I'll tickle your rear... Lol, gotta luv that s**t!!
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I remember sneaking into a club to watch them perform.. I was only 16.. Humptyness FOREVER!!
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Yes...Doowhu t c h y a l i k e . . . t h i s is my jam
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Hey tap
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Where y'all AT, D.U.???
We MISS Y'ALL!!!!! =-O :-D =-O :-D =-O
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FEEL GOOD MUSIC SAY WATTTT
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Do the humpty hump watch me do the humpty hump
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Great
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This is my s**t!!! It reminds of back in day when we used to ride around with 64oz. Of Old E chill'n in the Herman Gardens...ah h h h h a h a h a h ! ! !
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Come here big girl are you ticklish.... . . .
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joehendi
I like my oatmeal lumpy... Lol.
Love this song!!
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Hard rocker who f**king loves this song
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Uh funky a** jam
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eddeeoboy
Lol yo retire I hear this. I think bout Pac & that movie with Chevy Chase. Lmmfao. RIP. Pac
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@garybushstj r that part! I was searching to look for his name. Pandora be so clueless sometimes.
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Da most underrated rap group ever!!!!!The y introduced us to 2pac for god sakes!!!!!
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Wow talk about bringing back some memories!
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finnarnold91
Do the hump
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Don't just stand there just bust a move!
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This is my jam right here!! Love the underground
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Im working out ro Humpty. All me!! Where do you think it all stems from???? Duhh
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Only on hump day...,,
The humpty dance
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I owned the first two full lengths - (Sex and Sons) but never heard the next three after that. Any good?
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lol. Really Samoans, Do the hump!
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SOULJA FA JESUS
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Duh humpty dance iz ur chance to do du hump
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nicko252008
I like my oatmeal lumpy!
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stop whatcha doin, cuz im about to ruin, the image and the style that ya used to.. BEST SONG EVER
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This s**t still packs the dance floor
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Awwww do the humpty hump....back in the day in Jersey/Phill y this was the joint....the 80's...
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The hit "Same Song" featured one of Tu Pacs best rest raps with da Humpsta ! I missed the show they cacelled at THE PARADISE CLUB on Comm ave in Boston back in the day. I was crushed ! Got to the counter and the lady asked me if I wanted a credit or cash back. And now you got that group that does the Party Rock song tryin to steal the Digi-Undergr o u n d style. Shame on you nuckas !
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