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|Profession:||American hip hop duo|
|Awards:||JCW Tag Team Champions, JCW Tag Team Champion with 2 Tuff Tony (Joseph Bruce), JCW Heavyweight Champion (Utsler)|
|Record labels:||Psychopathic Records, Island Records, Hollywood Records, Jive Records|
|Music groups:||“Inner City Posse”|
|Movies:||“Big Money Hustlas” (2000), Big Money Rustlas (2010), Lopez Tonight (2011), A Family Underground (2009), Mad TV (2002), Death Racers (2008)|
|Albums:||“Carnival of Carnage” (1992), “The Ringmaster” (1994), “The Great Milenko” (1997), “The Amazing Jeckel Brothers” (1999), “Hell’s Pit” (2004), “The Tempest” (2007), “Bang! Pow! Boom!” (2009), “The Marvelous Missing Link (Lost), " (Found)|
Insane Clown Posse Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Insane Clown Posse is a hip hip duo from Detroit, Michigan – Joseph Bruce and Joseph Utsler. The group is known for performing under the personas of Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope. This hardcore hip hop duo has earned two platinum and five gold albums.
Have you ever wondered how rich Insane Clown Posse are? According to sources it has been estimated that Insane Clown Posse’s overall net worth is $30 million. The group has accumulated its wealth by releasing numerous successful and well-sold albums during the years of their existence, which has added significantly to their net worth. Since they are still active in the music industry, their net worth continues to grow.
Insane Clown Posse Net Worth $30 Million
The Insane Clown Posse were formed after the initial rap quartet called “Inner City Posse” broke apart, and two members, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope replaced the initial performers. The group’s new sound was introduced by their debut album “Carnival of Carnage” (1992), which consisted of hard rock elements mixed with beats and rhymes. Although the duo’s albums and popularity expanded surprisingly quickly, their essential features were and still are their fascinating performances which consist of pyrotechnics and tossing of soda all over the audience.
Their second album, “The Ringmaster” sold well and eventually went gold leading the band to singing with “Jive Records” for 1995’s “The Riddle Box”. A growing fan base and gold album behind them catapulted the band to Hollywood Records where they recorded their 1997 “The Great Milenko” album. It was thanks to this album that the band gained a place in the spotlight. Although “Hollywood” pulled the albums off the store shelves because of the lyrical content, the album gained even bigger popularity as this controversy attracted an even bigger number of the metal audience. By the time ICP released “The Amazing Jeckel Brothers” it debuted at number four on the Top 200 and started merchandising like never before. The band members starred in the movie “Big Money Hustlas”, appeared in comic books, video games and even had part time careers as professional wrestlers. Of course this built their net worth considerably.
In August 2004, the band released “Hell’s Pit” in two separate editions, and a year later ICP’s new direction for mythology was revealed with the release of “Calm”. Their 2007 album “The Tempest” reached number 20 on the top 200, and two years later they released their “Bang! Pow! Boom!” album. In 2011, their sound was refreshed by the duo’s collaboration with other artists.
Although still active, ICP have changed their profile a little and reverted to recording indie labels and touring in a less extravagant way. Some of the band’s latest activity includes their two albums from 2015 “The Marvelous Missing Link (Lost)” and “The Marvelous Missing Link (Found)”, released later that year.
ICP have now released 14 studio albums and their songs have mainly been centered on themes related to mythology of the Dark Carnival in which the lives of the dead are judged.
Apart from their musical career, the ICP members formed their own professional wrestling federation called “Juggalo Championship Wrestling”, having wrestled in WWF, WCW and TNA before that. The band even sued the FBI for listing the juggalos as a loosely organized hybrid gang.
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|Rap Critic Reviews||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Comix from the Underground||TV Series 1 episode, 2014 performer - 8 episodes, 2012 - 2013 writer - 5 episodes, 2012 - 2013|
|Todd's Pop Song Reviews||2012||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Mimesis||2011||performer: "Where's God?"|
|Workaholics||2011||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|A Family Underground||2009||Documentary performer: "Welcome To Thy Show", "If I Was a Serial Killer", "Walk into the Darkness", "Hum Drum Boogie", "Ride the Tempest"|
|Death Racers||2008||Video performer: "Like It Like That", "Rollin' Over", "Off The Track", "We'll Be Alright", "Crop Circles", "Rosemary", "Intro", "Real Underground Baby", "Walk Into The Darkness", "Truly Alone", "Manic Depressive", "If I Was King", "The People", "Mad House", "Swallow This Nut", "Staaaaaaaaale!!!", "Nobody Move" / producer: "Like It Like That", "Rollin' Over", "Off The Track", "We'll Be Alright", "Crop Circles", "Rosemary", "Intro", "If I Was King", "Staaaaaaaaale!!!" / writer: "Like It Like That"|
|Psychopathic: The Videos||2007||Video performer: "Juggalo Homies", "Tilt A Whirl", "Halls Of Illusion", "Chicken Huntin'", "Another Love Song", "Chicken Huntin' Slaughterhouse Remix", "How Many Times?", "Bowling Balls", "The People", "Piggy Pie", "Hokus Pokus", "Let's Go All The Way", "Real Underground Baby"|
|I Could Never Be Your Woman||2007||performer: "Let's Go All The Way"|
|Evil Bong||2006||performer: "Like It Like That"|
|Demons at the Door||2004||Video performer: "Blaaam!!!"|
|Bowling Balls||2004||Video short performer: "Bowling Balls"|
|Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Volume 3||2003||Video performer: "Down With The Clown", "Chicken Huntin' Slaughterhouse Remix" / performer: "Riddle Box" - as The Insane Clown Posse|
|Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home||2003||Video Game performer: "Chicken Huntin' Slaughterhouse Remix", "Down With The Clown"|
|Solaris||2002||performer: "Riddle Box"|
|Frontline||2001||TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode|
|Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Volume 1||2000||Video "Chicken Huntin' Slaughterhouse Remix" / performer: "Down With The Clown", "Chicken Huntin' Slaughterhouse Remix" / performer: "Riddle Box", "The Dead One", "What is a Juggalo?" - as The Insane Clown Posse|
|WCW Monday Nitro||1999-2000||TV Series performer - 8 episodes|
|Big Money Hustlas||2000||Video performer: "Fuck the World", "Cotton Candy", "Bring It On", "Ninjas", "Bitches", "Spin the Bottle"|
|Heavy Metal 2000||2000||performer: "Dirt Ball"|
|Juggalo Championshxt Wrestling Vol. 2||2000||Video performer: "Down With The Clown" / performer: "Riddle Box", "What Is A Juggalo?" - as The Insane Clown Posse|
|WWF Attitude||1999||Video Game performer: "Oddities Parade" / writer: "Oddities Parade"|
|The Great White Hype||1996||performer: "Chicken Huntin'" Slaughterhouse No Blood Radio Mix - as ICP / producer: "Chicken Huntin'" Slaughterhouse No Blood Radio Mix - as ICP / writer: "Chicken Huntin'" Slaughterhouse No Blood Radio Mix - as ICP|
|The Fear||1995||performer: "Dead Body Man"|
|UFC 55: Fury||2005||TV Special featuring the music of|
|Demons at the Door||2004||Video composer: end title and additional music|
|Backyard Wrestling 2: There Goes the Neighborhood||2004||Video Game|
|The Purple Show||2003||Video documentary|
|7 Minutes in Heaven||2011||TV Series||Themselves - Guest|
|Attack of the Show!||2011||TV Series||Insane Clown Posse / Themselves / Themselves - Guest|
|Aqua Teen Hunger Force||2010||TV Series||Themselves|
|A Family Underground||2009||Documentary||Themselves|
|Hatchet Attacks: Live from Red Rocks||2008||Video documentary||Themselves|
|The (White) Rapper Show||2007||TV Series||Themselves|
|The Chronicles of the Dark Carnival||2006||TV Movie||Themselves|
|Howard Stern on Demand||2006||TV Series||Themselves|
|Backyard Wrestling: Don't Try This at Home||2003||Video Game||Themselves|
|Howard Stern||1998-2003||TV Series||Themselves|
|Insane Clown Posse: Bootlegged in L.A.||2003||Video documentary||Themselves|
|The Purple Show||2003||Video documentary||Themselves|
|Music Jamboree||2002||TV Series documentary||Themselves|
|Frontline||2001||TV Series documentary||Themselves|
|The Howard Stern Radio Show||1999-2000||TV Series||Themselves / Themselves - Guest|
|Death of an Indie label||2011||Documentary||Themselves|
|Attack of the Show!||2011||TV Series||Insane Clown Posse|
|Howard Stern on Demand||2006||TV Series||Themselves|
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