Digital Underground, a shifting stable of rappers and DJs led by Shock G, formed in Oakland in 1987. The group's music has always been heavily influenced by George Clinton and his groups Parliament and Funkadelic, in both Digital Underground's grooves and the surreal humor in their rhymes. Digital Underground's first record was the 1987 single "Underwater Rimes" by TNT Records which. At that point, the group consisted of Shock G and Chopmaster J; by 1989, when Digital Underground signed with the record label Tommy Boy, there were seven members.
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|Members:||Cleveland Askew, David Elliot (2), Earl Cook, Gregory Jacobs, Jimi Dright, Ken Waters, Kent Racker, Reggie Gibson, Ronald Brooks (2), Tupac Shakur|
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