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Faygoluvers Presents: Generation TWIZTID – Seven Part Documentary by Brandon Ward of 20in17

Juggalos and Juggalettes!  Ninjas and Ninjettes!  It’s TIME!   A few months back, we touted a brand new documentary series that our homie Brandon Ward of the infamous 20in17 Podcast has been working on.  It’s called “Generation Twiztid”!

This time, it’s about the demented duo, TWIZTID!  It’s no secret that Monoxide and Madrox have had a storied 20+ year career.  This documentary series starts right before Twiztid was signed to Psychopathic Records, and through their entire history up to this date.

The first chapter, Chapter T, spans from their early beginnings in 1997 through touring with ICP on the Jeckel Brothers tour in 1999.  It’s jam packed with old school live footage that I think you’ll really dig. Here’s a description that Brandon left us about the docuseries:

In 97 something new was about to be unleashed upon the underground. From the EASTSIDE of Detroit came a sound that helped lead a musical culture that had never been seen before, and will likely not be seen again.

Over 20 years later their still putting out that wicked shzt to a whole knew generation. Jamie Madrox and the Monoxide Child, but you can call em TwiZtiD!!!!!!

Generation TwiZtiD will cover those 20+ years of the Demented Duo.


T. From Krazee to TwiZtiD

w. Welcome 2 the FreekShow

i. Green MutantZ

Z. Kill Everyday

t. The Bad Side

i. 20 yrZ TwiZtiD

D. Generation Nextmare

A new chapter drops every TwiZtiD Tuesday EXCLUSIVELY on Faygoluvers.net

Now, for your listening and viewing pleasure, check out Chapter T of Generation Twiztid:

A new episode will drop next Tuesday, January 15th!  Stay tuned!


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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. FuckmeFuck


    Comment posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 10:20 pm GMT -5 at 10:20 pm


  2. Cherryfuzz


    Comment posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 10:27 pm GMT -5 at 10:27 pm

    Brandon ward is the shit I loved the 20in17 documentary, thanks for this homie!

  3. Juggaloko

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 05:21 am GMT -5 at 5:21 am

    Lemme save ya some times they started off as hok then they learned if ya rip the clowns off you get paid… so they made a career of it. And to this day they are both still whiny assholes stealing icps mojo.. ur welcome and fuck twiztid!

  4. FuckmeFuck


    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 10:21 am GMT -5 at 10:21 am

    Rip off the clowns? Sure they use ICP tactics, but I know ICP has ripped them off a lot of money, and that’s why they left.

  5. JoKe

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 10:40 am GMT -5 at 10:40 am

    Not a clone but a Frankenstein.

    They were doing masks, paint, etc before signing with the clowns, but Psychopathic was the best place for them to go to expand what they were already doing. Violent J wanted to sign them because they had talent, and they worked closely for years so yeah of course they’d have some creative similarities. Musically, Twiztid has grown so much more than ICP has, and Twiztid has ALWAYS been about putting other artists up and giving back what was provided to them. They’re the reason so many other artists got the chances they got. Glad they’ve moved on to MNE where they can do it all the way they want now.

    Paul once said he expects his labelmates to bring their best every time and to raise the bar, but that they could be damn sure Twiztid wouldn’t sit back and not raise the bar as well.

    All the credit in the world for ICP discovering Twiztid, but Twiztid wouldn’t be where they are without all the hard work and constant drive to be better. Paul and Jamie would have been successful elsewhere, just not known as Twiztid.

  6. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 03:54 pm GMT -5 at 3:54 pm

    HoK was going nowhere fast, Monoxide has admitted in interviews that signing to Psychopathic was a last ditch effort to make it in the music industry, they wouldn’t have been successful elsewhere, they wouldn’t be shit without the clowns. Also they were not painting up before signing to Psy, fuck you been smoking?

  7. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 03:57 pm GMT -5 at 3:57 pm

    Name 2 instances where “ICP ripped them off a lot of money” or just 1 instance, you know you’re full of shit and so do we.

  8. SpOOky J

    SpOOky J

    Comment posted on Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 07:44 am GMT -5 at 7:44 am


  9. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Thursday, January 10th, 2019 11:17 am GMT -5 at 11:17 am

    Hell yeah let em have it!

  10. kukluxklown


    Comment posted on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019 12:05 pm GMT -5 at 12:05 pm



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