Me Myself And I is a single by De La Soul, released in 1989.
It established the group's characteristic style of combining hip hop with humor and social commentary. The group's frustration concerning their forced-upon hippie label is addressed in the typically dry humor which became the De La Soul trademark.
The song's #1 position in The Netherlands was spurred by the VPRO television station, who made a documentary about De La Soul after meeting them when they were still unknown.  The record label Indisc acquired the local rights from Tommy Boy Records, and immediately seized the opportunity to release the song as a single.