Just one year later, Hollywood Records gambled on the band and spent more than a million dollars while ICP recorded their new album, The Great Milenko.If you are too lazy to click the above link, here is the Meat of the Article: Some rumors are leaking from reliable insiders who work at Psychopathic Records about Eminem being interested in an Eminem/Insane Clown Posse/Tech N9ne collaboration, but nothing official has been made.Insane Clown Posse are a cartoonish metal/rap band with a vaunted live show that features open fires, chain saws, liters of soda dousing the audience (Faygo being the group's favorite brand), and more emphasis on performance art than the performance of music.
Eminem and Tech N9ne on the other hand, are real cool with each other.
Now just a duo, ICP were originally formed in 1989 as a hardcore Detroit rap group called Inner City Posse.
After combusting in 1991, the only members left, Violent J (born Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (born Joseph Utsler), slightly altered the name to reflect the fact that they had been visited by the Carnival Spirit, who ordered them to carry word of the impending apocalypse by touring the nation and releasing six "joker cards" (popularly known as LPs) with successive revelations of the final judgment.
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During this time, a feud was started between ICP and fellow Detroit rapper Eminem, which has since died down.
ICP have also been the subject of a number of parodies, including a music video parody on (a Western parody).
How about calling them Christians — evangelical Christians, at that.
That’s the unfamiliar position in which Detroit rappers Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler) find themselves, following one of the strangest years of their long, strange, 20-year trip through the music industry. ”Of course, casual followers of the group’s frequent headline-making outrages would never have mistaken Insane Clown Posse for pious Christians.
The song wouldn't be part of Relapse 2, but released on the Psychopathic label.
D12 and ICP squashed their beef with each other a long time ago, but Eminem and ICP never made their peace official.