Watch: Kurupt FM unveil their go-to karaoke tunes
At Kurupt FM karaoke night, there's a bountiful buffet on the table, including Bob Marley, UK Apache and Alanis Morissette.
The team joined Yahoo Entertainment UK for a live Q&A to promote their new feature-length outing People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan, and the topic of karaoke cropped up.
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"They don't have it on a lot of machines but I'll just get them to bring a USB. UK Apache Original Nuttah," said MC Grindah (Allan Mustafa) when asked for his go-to track.
"Obviously we know yours," he added, gesturing to colleague DJ Beats (Hugo Chegwin).
"He does, and I hope you don't mind me saying this, an absolutely incredible rendition of Bob Marley No Woman, No Cry."
Beats was only able to carry out a brief rendition of the song during the Q&A, though Chabuddy G (Asim Chaudhry) noted that it "felt like Bob Marley was in the room".
Grindah, meanwhile, quipped that Beats's performance of the track was "sort of Nickelback versus Bob Marley".
Beats said: "I can't because you made me do it earlier and it has caused an issue in my throat."
Chabuddy, meanwhile, said Lionel Richie's Hello was his own karaoke choice, while Steves (Steve Stamp) said he'd take on "anything by Alanis Morissette".
Grindah added that Steves's version of Zombie by The Cranberries is also a crowd-pleaser.
People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan reunites the cast of the cult BBC sitcom and sees them enjoy global fame, years after their pirate radio station closed its doors.
The cast travel to Asia when they learn that one of their songs is being used on a Japanese game show.
The original, semi-improvised show aired on BBC Three between 2015 and 2018, across five series.
It won a Bafta for Best Scripted Comedy in 2017.
People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan is in UK cinemas now.
Watch: The trailer for People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan