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Digital Underground: Show Preview 

Wednesday, Jun 13 2012
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Since the Oakland-bred rap group Digital Underground was the first to take a young Tupac Shakur on the road as a backup dancer and roadie, and produced his early hits "I Get Around" and "So Many Tears," every live show contains a heartfelt and knowing tribute to its members' fallen friend, with passionate snippets of his songs and an audience full of people throwing two fingers in the air. On what would have been Shakur's 41st birthday, Digital Underground dedicates its entire show to the late rap legend.

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