Big-Pun appears courtesy of Loud Records. Esinchill appears courtesy of the Oakland Underground. Humpty Hump appears courtesy of the Belview State Mental Facility. P)(C) 1998 Jake Records Printed in the .
Digital Underground was an American alternative hip hop group from Oakland, California. Their personnel changed and rotated with each album and tour. Digital Underground's leader and mainstay was Greg "Shock G" Jacobs (also known as Humpty Hump); Shock G formed the group in 1987 with Jimi "Chopmaster J" Dright of Berkeley, California, and Tampa hip-hop radio deejay Kenneth "Kenny-K" Waters.
Who Got the Gravy? Digital Underground. Released September 8, 1998. Who Got the Gravy? Tracklist. 1. I Shall Return (Ft. KRS-One) Lyrics.
When Digital Underground recorded Who Got the Gravy? in 1998, its challenge was to acknowledge late-1990s rap tastes without being unfaithful to its history. And the Bay Area group pulls it off nicely on this album. Though not quite in a class with Sex Packets, Gravy was among the strongest rap releases of 1998. Underground was still greatly influenced by George Clinton's P-Funk, and the quirky rapping of Shock G and Humpty Hump leaves no doubt that this is a Digital Underground release.
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|A1||I Shall Return
Featuring [Intro] – KRS-One
Featuring – Clee, Humpty-Hump*, John Doe , Shock-G*
|A3||Wind Me Up
Featuring – Esinchill, Humpty*
Featuring – Big Pun*, Shock-G*, Styles*, Whateva
Featuring – Biz Markie, Humpty-Hump*
Featuring – Black Ty, Humpty-Hump*, Malia , Money B, Rashida, Shock-G*
Featuring – Humpty*, Truck Turner
Featuring – Peanut, Shock-G*
Featuring – Clee, Gruve, Money B, Shock*
Featuring – Mon.*, Mystik*, Shock*
|B5||Cyber Teeth Tigers
Featuring – KRS-One, Shock-G*
- Published By – Pubhowyalike Publishing
- Published By – Zomba Songs Inc.
- Distributed By – Universal Music & Video Distribution
- Manufactured By – Interscope Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Jake Records
- Copyright (c) – Jake Records
- Engineered At – Infinite Studios
- Engineered At – Battery Studios, New York
- Engineered At – Temple Of Soul Studios
- Mastered At – Sterling Sound
- Backing Vocals [Back Vocals] – Arron "Rambo" Jackson*, Garry (Talkbox) Jackson*, Greg "Gold" Wilson*, John Doe Jr., Larry Jones , Lissette "Freaky Frankie" Figueroa*, Luchia Sykes-"Paris"*, Mac Mone, Quintin "Gruve" Washington*, Tanya Spurlock
- Electric Bass – Jonathan Marin
- Engineer, Engineer [Digital Assistant] – Charles Stella, Daniel Boom, David Michael Dill, Michael Denten, Ryan Kallas, Sienna Nervo
- Executive-Producer – Gary Stromberg
- Graphics, Layout – Graphic Solutions, Inc., Joe Mauro, Scott Benton, "G"*
- Illustration [Comic Book Illustrations] – "Rackadelic" (aka Greg Jacobs)*
- Keyboards, Programmed By [Digital Programming] – Garry Jackson , Genji Siraisi, J. "Funk" Alexander, DJ-JZ*, KRS-One, Shock-Jigga*, The Piano Man
- Liner Notes – Shock-G*
- Management – D.U. Management
- Management [D.u. Management], Other [Legal Team] – Angie Aguilar, Atron Gregory, Bernie Jackson, Johnny Vanleer, The "SHAH" (Shuan Trone)*
- Other [Cover Make-up Stylist] – Suzanne Perez
- Other [Cover Model] – Nadia Constant
- Other [Humpty & Peanut Hakeems' Wardrobes Tailored By] – Pan Zai Clothiers
- Performer [D-flow Production Squad] – Gary Katz, DJ-JZ*, Krs One* (tracks: B5), Shock-G*, Truck Turner (tracks: B1)
- Photography By [Photos] – Jim Herity
- Producer – D-Flow Production Squad
- Turntables – Too Fly Eli*, JZ*
- Vocals [Front Vocals] – Big-Pun*, Biz-Markie*, Clee, Dina Wright, Esinchill, Humpty-Hump*, John Doe , KRS-One, Kim Morgan, Malia Mamou*, Money-B*, Mystik*, Peanut Hakeem*, Rashida Card*, Shock-Geesus*, Styles*, Truck Turner, Whateva
- Written By – B. White (tracks: 4, 9), D. Douglas (tracks: 4), D. McKay (tracks: 7), J. Smith (tracks: 2, 6), S. Williams (tracks: 4)
- Written-By – B. Barrett-Strong* (tracks: B5), B. Markie* (tracks: A5), W. Collins* (tracks: A3), C. Rios* (tracks: A4), C. Askew* (tracks: A2, A6, B3), E. Campbell (tracks: 3), E. Humphrey III* (tracks: A2, A3, A5, B1), G. Siraisi* (tracks: A3), G. Clinton* (tracks: A3), G. Jacobs* (tracks: A1 to A4, A6 to B5), J. Alexander* (tracks: B1), J. Jackson* (tracks: A1, A2, A5, B4), L. Parker* (tracks: A1, B5), M. Ludlum* (tracks: B4), N. Whittfield* (tracks: B5), Q. Washington* (tracks: B3), R. Brooks* (tracks: B3, B4)
NotesParental Advisory Explicit Lyrics
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Photos of Band Personas:
* Edward Ellington Humphrey III "Humpty-Hump" The Original Big-Nosed Rapper
* Shakeem Bocä J V "The Fifth" or The Nigga Formally Known as Shock-G, now known as... (North-East-South-West Directional Symbol)
* Attorney Peanut Hakeem Anafu Washington A.K.A. "Frostbite Slim"
Studios: Infinite (Alameda, CA), Battery (N.Y.C.), Temple Of Soul (N.Y.C.)
KRS-One appears courtesy of Jive Records.
Big-Pun appears courtesy of Loud Records.
Esinchill appears courtesy of the Oakland Underground.
Humpty Hump appears courtesy of the Belview State Mental Facility.
(P)(C) 1998 Jake Records
Printed in the U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 6 06949 02614 1
- Barcode: 606949026141
|INT2-90261, INT2 90261||Digital Underground||Who Got The Gravy (2xLP, Album)||Jake Records, Jake Records||INT2-90261, INT2 90261||US||1998|
|INTD-90261||Digital Underground||Who Got The Gravy? (CD, Album)||Jake Records||INTD-90261||US||1998|
|INTD-90261||Digital Underground||Who Got The Gravy? (2xLP, Album)||Jake Records||INTD-90261||US||1998|