Digital Underground’s Shock G Dead At 57: Report

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A cause of death has yet to be released.

Shock G was a rapper and keyboardist for Digital Underground, a pioneering Hip Hop group responsible for a number of influential singles, including the group’s groundbreaking hit “The Humpty Dance.” He was also known as his alter ego Humpty Hump.

Additionally, G was very influential in Tupac’s rap career as he introduced the West Coast rapper to the world on the group’s 1990 track “Same Song.” He went on to produce Pac’s breakthrough single “I Get Around” and Me Against The World’s “So Many Tears.”

Shock G also worked with artists like Prince, Monie Love, Dr. Dre, Money B, Raw Fusion, Luniz, Mac Mall, Murs, KRS-One and more.

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A cause of death has yet to be released.

Shock G was a rapper and keyboardist for Digital Underground, a pioneering Hip Hop group responsible for a number of influential singles, including the group’s groundbreaking hit “The Humpty Dance.” He was also known as his alter ego Humpty Hump.

Additionally, G was very influential in Tupac’s rap career as he introduced the West Coast rapper to the world on the group’s 1990 track “Same Song.” He went on to produce Pac’s breakthrough single “I Get Around” and Me Against The World’s “So Many Tears.”

Shock G also worked with artists like Prince, Monie Love, Dr. Dre, Money B, Raw Fusion, Luniz, Mac Mall, Murs, KRS-One and more.

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