Y'all So Stupid
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|Yall So Stupid|
|Origin||Atlanta, Georgia, United States|
Yall So Stupid was an alternative hip hop group based in Atlanta, Georgia. It was formed by H2O, Unkle Buk, Sha Boogie, Spearhead X and Logic in 1991. After performing extensively in Atlanta's underground circuit, the group was signed by Dallas Austin & L.A. Reid to Rowdy Records in 1992. Their debut album, Van Full of Pakistans, was released on May 25, 1993. The group was released from their label that same year.
In 1995, H2O formed the group Massinfluence with Audessey, Cognito and Spearhead X. They released an album in 1996 entitled The Underground Science'. They also recorded a second album, called Intellect Street Music, which was not released; the group broke up in 2002. In 2009, he formed the duo H&P with DJ Pocket of Atlanta. They recorded an album entitled Stay In Your Lane which is set to be released in 2010.[needs update]
Group Member Logic now records under the name Boo Brown and has released two underground classics "For My People" in 1996 and "How We Do" Featuring Nature and Flowkane in 2003.
Unkle Buk records music under the alias Willy Snypa as part of a group called Da Goldminerz and Illduece 2012 with Broadway Willy and Kasim Allah two members that were part of 1990's hip hop group The Inviseez.
Yall So Stupid is currently planning to release their second LP, although a date or a possible title are not yet known.
In popular culture
- Rapper Sage Francis alludes to both the group and their first album on the Non-Prophets song "Disasters" from their album Hope, with the line "Yall so stupid, like a van full of Pakistans at a Klan rally".
- Rapper Beverly Fre$h mentions their album "Van Full of Pakistans" on the song "TAPEDECK" from his album "BED."
- Rap group Das Racist reference Y'all So Stupid and "a van full of pakis" in Kool A.D.'s verse in their song Hugo Chavez on their mixtape Shut Up, Dude.
- Van Full of Pakistans (1993)