The cause of death of rap pioneer Shock G has been determined.
Gregory Jacobs died of a combination of fentanyl, ethanol (alcohol) and methamphetamine, the first conclusion of a legendary emission autopsy. The method of death was found to be accidental, according to a Hillsboro County medical examination.
Jacobs, 57, was found unresponsive at a hotel in Tampa, Fla, on April 22, the Hillsboro County Sheriff’s Office said in a medical report. Digital underground Jacobs’ death was confirmed to Fox News at the time.
As Shock G, Jacobs led Digital Underground, a hip-hop group with a constantly changing content that evokes legends such as Tipak Shakur, Chopmaster J, and others.
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U group Jimi C. “Chopmaster J” Dright Jr. and Kenneth formed with Kenny-K Waters in the late 1980s. The band performed a new lineup of each album and tour.
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Shakur performed on Digital Underground’s 1991 song “Same Song” and starred in the music video.
Jacobs and Shakur have become close partners, and Jacobs reportedly helped create Shakur’s debut solo album, 2Pacalyse Now. There’s also Jacobs in Shakur’s “I’m Turning Around”.
With Digital Underground, Jacobs was best known for his work on the song “Humpty Dance.”
Good shared a photo of himself and Jacobs back on Instagram at the time to pay tribute to his friend.
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“Thirty-four years ago, we dreamed of being a hip-hop band and taking over the world through it. All dreams have come true, and reality has become a nightmare for some,” the musician wrote. a photo of himself and his colleague. “And now he wakes up to the glory of long life shock G Aka Humpty Hump and rest in peace my Brotha Greg Jacobs !!!”
Fox News’ Nate Day contributed to this report