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Yep, the cast of the BAFTA award winning BBC Three comedy People Just Do Nothing are taking part in a six-episode online mini-series and we couldn't be happier.
The new batch of episodes following the boys during their takeover will launch from Monday 17th May on Subway's YouTube channel.
The Kurupt FM boys will broadcast their show across the 2,200 Subway stores across the UK. The shows will definitely delight fans with brand new tunes, bars and chats.
A special teaser episode released by Subway can be viewed now ahead of the launch on Monday. It reveals how manager and eager entrepreneur Chabuddy G (Asim Chaudry) managed to strike a deal with the sandwich giant.
In the video, he reveals that the pirate station is going legit with the exclusive partnership, expanding Kurupt's audience beyond a few streets in Brentford, west London, by broadcasting into 2,200 restaurants across the UK and Ireland for a whole week.
This year will be a busy one for MC Grindah (Allan 'Seapa' Mustafa), Beats (Hugo Chegwin), DJ Steve (Steve Stamp) and Chabuddy G with the release of their forthcoming album The Greatest Hits (Part 1). The album is set to include their debut single Summertime featuring Craig David.
Alongside the new album, Kurupt FM will be releasing a feature film adaptation in August. People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan follows Grindah, Beats, Chabuddy G, Steves and Decoy as they begin their journey to international stardom, after hearing the news that one of their songs has been used on a popular Japanese game show.
The Kurupt FM boys, MC Grindah, Beats and DJ Steves, said: "When Chabuddy said he'd got us the gig initially we were just hyped about the free Subs, but when he said we'd be broadcasting, not just to the Subway in Acton, but all of the Subway's in the UK and Ireland we were buzzing."
People Just Do Nothing aired on the BBC first as a pilot in 2012 and as a full series between 2014 and 2018. It followed Kurupt FM MC Grindah, Beats and DJ Steves illegally broadcasting chat and drum'n'bass from a Brentford tower block flat.
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