#30thAnniversary – Digital Underground “Sons of the P”

After reaching great success with tracks like “Doowutchyalike” and “The Humpty Dance“, Shock G & his band Digital Underground dropped another album heavily influenced by the Parliament-Funkadelic crew. This influence can be felt in the samples used to create most of the beats, the topic of the lyrics or even a feature from the man himself, George Clinton. You’ll also find an early 2Pac verse on the opener “The DFLO Shuttle”, since the future legend was part of the DU band as a backup dancer and occasional MC. One highlight of the LP is the second single “No Nose Job”, a witty attack on the cosmetic and plastic surgery industry by Shock alter ego “Humpty Hump”.

Stream the album & a couple of remixes and watch the videos & two funny interviews right here!

Full album on YouTube:

Stream on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer & Tidal.

Playlist with the videos:

  • Kiss You Back
  • No Nose Job

Playlist with remixes:

  • No Nose Job (Ultragroove Mix)
  • No Nose Job (Ultrafunk Mix)
  • No Nose Job (Fat Bass International Mix)
  • Kiss You Back (On the Jazz Tip Mix)



RIP Shock G

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