About Totally Insane:
Totally Insane was a hip hop group from East Palo Alto, California, whose members were Mac-10, Ad Kapone, & Scoot Dogg. They were signed to In-A-Minute Records from 1991 to 1995.
Phillip Allen, alias Mac-10 or Ten Dolla, and Adam Hicks, alias Ad Kapone, came together in 1991 & were signed to In-A-Minute Records. What first sparked their success was the release of the single, "No More Mr. Nice Guy". The duo's first album was 1992's 'Direct From The Backstreet', which peaked at #87 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Rapper Scoot Dogg (of EPA) is also a member, but joined later, and appeared on more than one album; however, he was not on every album. They would later return with two albums, 1993's 'Goin' Insane' & 1995's 'Backstreet Life' which peaked at #61 & #48 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart respectively. Totally Insane would then release 'Totally Insane' in 1998, 'Da Game Of Life' in 2001. Ad Kapone (of Totally Insane) was sentenced to six years in prison in 2001 for possession with intent. While Mac-10 has not yet released an album, Ad Kapone is back & has released 'The K Word', keeping the TIE (Totally Insane Empire) alive.
About 'Goin' Insane':
'Goin' Insane' is the second album by rap group, Totally Insane. It was released on October 11, 1993 for In-A-Minute Records and featured production from The Enhancer, Stingy, TC, Tony Jackson, & Ken Lee. 'Goin' Insane' gained only mild success & peaked at #87 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.