Shock G Reveals That Tupac Was Into Orgies, Basketball, Putting the Satin On Your Panties

Mar 28th, 2008 // 12 Comments

shockg.jpgNoz of Cocaine Blunts has unearthed news of what has the potential to the best autobiography since Jose Canseco’s Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant ‘Roids, Smash Hits, and How Baseball Got Big*. The book in question is Producing a Genius, a still-in-progress work by Shock-G, a.k.a. Humpty Hump, a.k.a. the leader of seminal ’90s rap group Digital Underground. According to Shock’s MySpace blog, “the book will chronical [sic], my 6 years, 4 tours, 19 studio sessions, 7 video shoots, 13 house parties, 2 courtroom cases, 5 basketball games, 3 streetfights, 4 arrests/police run-ins, dozens of tag-team girl trade-off experiences inwhich [sic] I was side by side with Tupac, and what it was like to record the young genius in the early years of his career, a time that he himself called the best time of his life.”

The chapter excerpted on the blog also catalogs the making of Tupac’s classic single “I Get Around,” which upon subsequent re-examination was probably an admission of a proclivity for orgies that may or may not have occurred in Burger King bathrooms. Not only does the post reveal that Tupac wrote Shock’s lyrics for “I Get Around,” it includes an explanation of the phrase, “I’m Shock G, the one who put the satin on your panties.” Though much of the focus of the still in-progress book appears to be on Tupac, here’s hoping that Shock devotes at least a few chapters to such burning questions as: how close the group came to inventing “Sex Packets”; “how to properly get stupid and shoot an arrow like cupid”; “how to doowhatchalike while still finding time to be career-driven”; “the best ways to shimmy, shimmy cocoa pop”; and, of course, “how to not let being skinny stop you from getting busy.”

Producing a Young Genius; (excerpt: The ‘I Get Around’ Story) [SHOCKG MySpace blog]
2Pac “I Get Around” [YouTube]

* This was also slated to be the title of my first solo album. Damn you, Canseco!

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  1. Chris N.

    My problem is that people be coming up to me saying, “Yo man, what’s up with the Underground, man? You guys old school, new school, R&B or hip-hop?” I hope this book will offer me an appropriate answer.

  2. Charles A. Hohman

    And let us hope the book has a damn good copy editor too.

  3. Chris Molanphy

    I would also appreciate a step-by-step how-to on how to grab ‘em in the biscuits.

  4. Jasonbob7

    I hope the book is dedidcated to “White people, black people, Puerto Ricans, and Samoans”.

  5. tigerpop

    Still wondering if any Samoans ever did the Humpty Hump.

  6. Clevertrousers

    @tigerpop: You’ll have to wait for Boo-Yaa Tribe bio to find out…

  7. Clevertrousers

    Personally, I’m still mad at Humpty for eating up all my crackers and my licorice.

    • re2dag33 mega reloaded

      at least you didnt have to clean the Burger King bathroom after he got busy with the girl with da boom

  8. Chris N.

    The copy editor will also be forced to deal with his tendency to use words that don’t mean nothing, like “looptid.”

  9. omg! i would like to meet JUSTIN!

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  11. Eclecticflavor

    hmmm…i wanna read this

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