Watch the Kurupt FM livestream below
On 18 August, Kurupt FM goes mainstream.
After five successful seasons, BAFTA-winning comedy People Just Do Nothing comes to the silver screen with the highly anticipated feature film, People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan.
To celebrate the imminent arrival of the summer's biggest comedy the guys of Kurupt FM — MC Grindah (Allan Mustafa), DJ Beats (Hugo Chegwin), Chabuddy G (Asim Chaudhry), and Steves (Steve Stamp) — will be taking over the airwaves at Yahoo Entertainment UK for an exclusive, in character, livestream Q&A at 18:30 (BST), on Wednesday 11 August.
The event — which you can watch on this very page, so bookmark it now — will be hosted by film critic and People Just Do Nothing superfan Anna Smith, but we need your involvement.
How to ask Kurupt FM a question
If you have any questions for MC Grindah, DJ Beats, Chabuddy G, and Steves please Tweet them at @yahooentsuk using the hashtag #AskKuruptFM.
What is People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan about?
Since the end of their pirate radio station, life has been quiet for the Kurupt FM boys, but everything is about to change. News reaches them that one of their songs has been used on a popular game show in Japan. They've made it! It's finally time for them to enjoy the fame and fortune that they've always known they deserved. But is Japan really ready for Kurupt FM?
People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan arrives in UK cinemas on 18 August. Watch a trailer below.
People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan is written by Steve Stamp and Allan Mustafa, with additional material by Asim Chaudhry, Hugo Chegwin and Lily Brazier.
The film is directed by Jack Clough (People Just Do Nothing, Skins) and produced by Claire Jones (Ghost Stories, The Festival) and Tim Sealey for Roughcut.
The film is a Roughcut production and was developed by BBC Films and BBC Comedy. Focus Features and BBC Films financed the project and Universal Pictures International will distribute the film in the UK and Ireland.
Executive producers are Ash Atalla (The Office, People Just Do Nothing), Jon Petrie (People Just Do Nothing) and Christos Michaels for Roughcut, Rose Garnett for BBC Films and Shane Allen, Controller of BBC Comedy.