Digital Underground was a Rap group from Oakland, California. Their members included Shock G, Money-B, DJ Nu-Stylez, Cleetis Mack, 2Fly Eli, DJ Fuze, Chopmaster J, Kent Racker, Nzazi Muhammed, Schmoovy Schmoov,
rAN/D (Randy Brooks)
Michael Webster Pee Wee, Aaron Parsons, Saafir, Esinchill, BINC and Tupac Shakur. The group appeared in "Nothing but Trouble" with Dan Akroyd. Digital Underground is also notable for launching the career of member Tupac Shakur, whom died prematurely.