Humpty Hump

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The music success of the single”Doowutchyalike” paved the way for Digital Underground’s debut album Sex Packets and the highest charting song of their career “The Humpty Dance” both released in early 1990, and both achieving platinum sales certifications.

The latter was rapped by “Humpty Hump,” the most flamboyant of Shock G’s several alter egos. By that time, Digital Underground had expanded significantly, with DJ Fuze, Money-B, and Schmoovy-Schmoov joining the group, and with Ramone “Pee Wee” Gooden and Tupac Shakur joining by 1991.

“Humpty Hump” is judging the finals at Americas Top Stripper held at Mons Venus in Tampa Fl.

The Humpty Dance

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