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Future Rhythm is the fourth album from rap group, Digital Underground, and also marks their first independent release. The album spawned two songs that were featured in the Wayans brother's film Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood; "Food Fight", which showcases Humpty Hump and Del tha Funkee Homosapien trading verses, and "We Got More" with the Luniz, which is also featured on the films' soundtrack. The album also boasts an early performance from rapper Sly Boogy while still a member of the Black Spooks.
- "`Walk Real Kool"
- "Glooty-Us-Maximus" (featuring Saafir & Numskull)
- "Oregano Flow (Gumbo Soup Mix)"
- "Fool Get A Clue" (featuring The Black Spooks)
- Samples "Funk Gets Stronger (Part 1)" by Funkadelic
- "Rumpty Rump"
- "Food Fight" (featuring Del tha Funkee Homosapien)
- "Future Rhythm"
- "Hokis Pokis (A Classic Case)"
- "We Got More" (featuring Luniz)
- "Hella Bump"
- "Stylin'" (featuring Kenya Gruve)
- "Midnite Snack"
- "Oregano Flow (Hot Sauce Mix)"
- "Want It All"