Digital Underground
The Humpty Dance
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BIO

Digital Underground was an alternative hip hop group from Oakland, California. Their personnel changed and rotated with each album and tour.

Following the release of their "Doowutchyalike" single and video in the summer of 1989, the band's gained popularity by their song "The Humpty Dance" in 1990.

Digital Underground's leader and mainstay was Greg "Shock G" Jacobs (also known as Humpty Hump); Shock G formed the group in 1987 with Jimi "Chopmaster J" Dright of Berkeley, California, and Tampa hip-hop radio deejay Kenneth "Kenny-K" Waters.

Digital Underground is also notable for launching the career of member Tupac Shakur.

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