Gröûp X

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Gröûp X
Group x.jpg
Group X plays at ROFLCon 2008
Background information
Origin Atlanta, Georgia
Genres Comedy rock, rap rock
Years active 1999 (1999)–2011 (2011)

Gröûp X (also known as Gröûp X: Arabian Rap Sensations) is a faux Arabian rock band, claiming to be from the fictional village of Cramshananteen, Saudi Arabia; however, they originate from Georgia, USA. They play a mix of rap and rock. They use comically accented and mangled English.[1][dead link]


  • Hashmeer Shashmeer: Rifleman
  • Blade Razorr: Weapons specialist explosives expert
  • Rex Wif Da Machine: Heavy machine gunner
  • White Chocolate: Guest rapper, beatboxer and backing vocals (the only one claiming to be a "white / American" character)

Post-Hashmeer period:

  • Blade Razorr: Lead vocals, prank calls.
  • Rowbby the Sheeth: Bass
  • Rex Wif Da Machine: Drums, backing vocals
  • Flat-Eyed Tony: Keyboard[2]

Common venues[edit]

Gröûp X used to occasionally play live shows at Swayze's Venue[3] in Marietta, Georgia but have not attended the venue for some time.

In April 2008, they headlined the finale concert at ROFLCon with fellow internet stars Leslie Hall, Lemon Demon, Trocadero and Denny Blaze. There the group had Ben Romans (from the Click Five) on keytar.[4]


  • 40 oz. Slushie (1999)
  • Stepping on the Crowtche owf Your Americain Presidaint (2000)


  1. ^ Noteworthy Nobodies: Group X has hilarious hip-hop, by Jason Albaugh, Western Herald, Jan 16, 2003
  2. ^ *Metts, Jonathan "Editorial: A Night with Group X", NintendoWorldReport, March 26, 2002. Accessed July 5, 2007.
  3. ^ *"Swayze's Venue showlisting archive", Swayze's Venue, March 24, 2003. Accessed July 15, 2007.
  4. ^ The Phoenix > Live Reviews > LOL in the family

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