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Digital Underground rapper Shock G’s reason for dying revealed

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Rap pioneer Shock G’s reason for dying has been decided.

Gregory Jacobs died from a mix of fentanyl, ethanol (alcohol) and methamphetamine, an preliminary case abstract of the legendary emcee’s post-mortem revealed. The style of dying was dominated unintended, in accordance with the abstract from the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner’s workplace. 

Jacobs, 57, was discovered unresponsive on April 22 in a resort room in Tampa, Fla., the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Workplace reported to the medical expert. Digital Undergroundconfirmed Jacobs’ dying to Fox Information on the time.

As Shock G, Jacobs led Digital Underground, a hip-hop group with an ever-changing lineup that gave rise to legends like Tupac Shakur, Chopmaster J and extra.

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Shock G, a close Tupac collaborator, was found unresponsive on April 22 in a hotel room in Tampa, Fla. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Shock G, an in depth Tupac collaborator, was discovered unresponsive on April 22 in a resort room in Tampa, Fla. (Photograph by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

He fashioned the group with Jimi C. “Chopmaster J” Dright Jr. and Kenneth “Kenny-Ok” Waters within the late 1980s. The group featured a brand new lineup with every album and tour.

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Shakur carried out on Digital Underground’s 1991 track “Similar Track” and appeared within the music video.

Jacobs and Shakur remained shut collaborators, and Jacobs reportedly helped produce Shakur’s debut solo album, “2Pacalyse Now.” Moreover, Shakur’s “I Get Round” options Jacobs.

Gregory 'Shock G' Jacobs of Digital Underground died of an accidental overdose on April 22, 2021, an initial case summary from the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner's office revealed.  (Photo by Earl Gibson III/Getty Images)

Gregory ‘Shock G’ Jacobs of Digital Underground died of an unintended overdose on April 22, 2021, an preliminary case abstract from the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner’s workplace revealed.  (Photograph by Earl Gibson III/Getty Pictures)

With Digital Underground, Jacobs was recognized greatest for his work on the track “The Humpty Dance.”

Dright shared a throwback picture of himself and Jacobs on Instagram on the time to pay tribute to his good friend.

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“34 years in the past virtually to the day we had a wild concept we is usually a hip hop band and tackle the world by it all of the dream turned a actuality and the truth turned a nightmare for some,” the musician wrote alongside a black-and-white picture of himself and his collaborator. “And now he’s awaken from the celebrity lengthy reside shock G Aka Humpty Hump and Relaxation In Peace my Brotha Greg Jacobs!!!”

Fox Information’ Nate Day contributed to this report

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