Shock G Cause of Death has been released after the musician found dead in April 2021 in a Hotel room. The hotel manager checked on Shock G after he missed his checkout time on April 22 and discovered him unconscious. Gregory Jacobs, often known as Shock G, was declared dead that day at the hospital.
Shock G Cause of Death
According to the original case description from the medical examiner in Florida’s Hillsborough County, Digital Underground vocalist Shock G died from an unintentional overdose of fentanyl, methamphetamine, and alcohol.
Shock G was last reportedly seen alive in a motel in Tampa, Florida, according to the information gathered by Billboard. The official autopsy has not yet been finished, a Hillsborough County Medical Examiner spokeswoman told Billboard.
The tweet at the time of his death:
Hip-hop has sadly lost another iconic figure as it is being reported that Shock G of Digital Underground has passed away at age 57 🙏🏽🕊💔 TMZ reports that cause of death is unclear as the rapper was found by his father in a Tampa hotel room #RIPShockGpic.twitter.com/ia4Ddr58c0
— Power 106 (@Power106LA) April 23, 2021
Shock G, who went by the stage name Humpty Hump, was prominently featured in the song’s MTV-favorite video for the 1990 smash “The Humpty Dance,” which made Digital Underground famous. Shock G, Chopmaster J, and Kenny-K founded the group in Oakland, California, in 1987.
Over the course of its nearly three decades of existence, the collective featured a rotating door of more than thirty dozen members, including some of the earliest recordings from a teenage Tupac Shakur.
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The trio had four songs that reached the top 40 of the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs list, including the number-ten hit “The Humpty Dance,” which peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 all-genre chart in 1990 and spent five weeks at the top of the Hot Rap Songs chart. Additionally, the song was nominated for a Grammy for best rap performance by a pair or group.
Along with 1991’s “Same Song,” “The Humpty Dance” was one of two top 20 singles on the Dance Club Songs chart. As he raps the song’s final stanza, 2Pac makes his first appearance on a commercial recording in the latter track. Shock G introduces him in the verse before his, rapping, “2Pac, go ahead and rock this.”
The group also had six entries on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, with Sex Packets from the 1990s and This Is an E.P. Release from 1991 both reaching the top 10.
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