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Vote for Twiztid on 99.7 FM The Blitz’s “Choose It Or Lose It” [Columbus, OH]

The Twiztid track “magic spellz” from their upcoming album Generation Nightmare has been a contender in a radio contest for the entire week.  There’s a rock station out of Columbus, Ohio called The Blitz that you can find at 99.7 FM.  Every weeknight at 8:20 PM, they conduct a Twitter vote between two songs: a contender, and the reigning champ.

For the past week, Twiztid has been SLAUGHTERING the competition, getting roughly 90% of the vote!  They aren’t going up against a bunch of no-name bands either.  We’re talking wins over Godsmack, Asking Alexandria, The Amity Affliction, and more!

From what a Columbus Juggalo told me, if they are undefeated, for 4 weeks straight, they retire the track as undefeated champs!

So now, what you need to do is go to this link to see who they’re facing: https://theblitz.com/index.php/features/chooseorlose-2

And go to Twitter at this link: https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23blitzchoose&src=typd

Then get your votin’ on!  Let’s see if we can get Madrox and Monoxide in the Choose it or Lose It hall of fame!

If you aren’t familiar with the track, you can hear “magic spellz” below:




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    Faygoluvers Comments

  1. JiffyLong


    Comment posted on Friday, March 29th, 2019 06:26 pm GMT -6 at 6:26 pm

    They’ll probably win, that radio station always plays the same shit.

  2. randy gall

    randy gall

    Comment posted on Friday, March 29th, 2019 06:46 pm GMT -6 at 6:46 pm

    worst song they Did mam

  3. 216oldschooler


    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 03:27 am GMT -6 at 3:27 am

    Mainstream D riders

  4. Jake Jeckel

    Jake Jeckel

    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 11:38 am GMT -6 at 11:38 am

    “We’re taking what we do to the top until we’re on top of the mainstream. Like what Eminem did but better and in our own way” – Paul Methric. Look it is what it is.

  5. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 05:09 pm GMT -6 at 5:09 pm

    Man he rides Eminems dick hard nowadays.

  6. BtkStrangler


    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 03:54 pm GMT -6 at 3:54 pm

    Ok so I’ll always be a die hard icp fan and I don’t listen to new twisted!!! But u all got to be dumb if you talk shot on Eminem or Twiztid by making moves to make money and feed there family’s!!!! For one Eminem is one of the greatest and ur a complete dumb shit if u argue!! Twiztid on the other hand there killing the Merch game!! They have blown up despite the juggalo dispute!! To each there own but don’t sit in your moms basement talking shot on someone that has so much more then u in life!!!

  7. Weponofassdestruction17

    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 09:10 pm GMT -6 at 9:10 pm

    Don’t hate them for doing what icp CAN’T do one example of why they had to leave like everyone else that left icp beef with mainstream is not there’s asked ya self why everyone that was the juggalo family left them. … . Awnser they was held back

  8. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 11:01 pm GMT -6 at 11:01 pm

    There’s an interview on YouTube with Twiztid where Monoxide without any prompt at all starts dissing Eminem, Monoxide calls Eminem a Fucknut, and says “unlike you, we’re smart because…etc.” There’s YouTube footage of Jamie dissing the shit out of Eminem calling him a mainstream bitch, again without any prompt to do so, it may have been ICPs beef but Twiztid had no problem with joining in on the dissing back when it was cool to diss Eminem amongst the Juggalo world, now they pretend like they were strong armed into dissing Eminem, Monoxide is a lying motherfucker. Here’s something I asked someone who also claimed this “held back” bullshit but they didn’t have a single good answer, but can you name 3 times any artist on Psy was ever “held back”, go on, give 3 examples.

  9. 216oldschooler


    Comment posted on Saturday, March 30th, 2019 10:50 pm GMT -6 at 10:50 pm

    There’s no integrity in their music at all anymore. Eminem even said himself that he sold out for the money and he knew his new shit sounded like garbage and did it anyway. Then even comes out and say that is one of his biggest regrets. Staying true to yourself and your style is one of the biggest accomplishments for an artist because they didnt have to change their ways, they changed the minds of the people around them that gave their music a listen in the first place.

  10. Chuckieboy

    Comment posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 01:05 am GMT -6 at 1:05 am

    Word 216, well said

  11. Karacalla


    Comment posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 02:25 am GMT -6 at 2:25 am

    They are doing everything right.

    Everyone knows Columbus, Ohio is THE make it or Break it place for an artist to succeed in the music industry.
    The Blitz, 99.7, has been a Springboard for a plathora of top tier artists. Ever heard of Jay-Z? Led Zeppelin? Marvin Gay? Madonna?
    They owe their entire career’s to 99.7, The Blitz. So before you say, ‘Hey man, Twiztid is washed up.’ Or ‘Wtf are they doing, are they retarded?’
    Go and check the facts and the outstanding lineage of artist who came from 99.7, The Blitz, you jumping to conclusions, judgemental pricks.

  12. 216oldschooler


    Comment posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 06:42 am GMT -6 at 6:42 am

    No one on this forum probably gives a shit about any of those mainstream ass artist. This site is for UNDERGROUND music news not about the mainstream successes of a couple of whiny D bags. Tech N9ne did it the right way in my opinion. ” Tech will never go mainstream, mainstream will go Tech”

  13. iINhaleCHEMtrails


    Comment posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 06:02 pm GMT -6 at 6:02 pm

    Thats a loop hole in saying I went mainstream

  14. MisterMime


    Comment posted on Sunday, March 31st, 2019 12:33 pm GMT -6 at 12:33 pm

    Do you know that if these scene kids and soft rock fans that dislike Juggalos actually beleive Twiztid are not Juggalos, they will see us as either less than what we are and or go to Twiztid shows expecting no ninjas to be there. I say dont give em that satisfaction.It’d be pretty funny if scene kids walked into a Twiztid show expecting something else and a bunch of Juggalos thrashed em out in the pit. Can’t hang? Maybe in the end it aint for them. I think that the only way that most of the online drama will fade is if Madrox and Monoxide gave blatant shout out and repped Juggalo in an interveiw, said that just because they don’t work with ICP anymore, that doesnt mean that they aint Juggalos and not make Juggalo music anymore. Shit, every artist on MNE are Juggalos and it has been noted in a recent Blaze interveiw even where he stands. As cliche as it may sound, I think more acknowledgement of Juggalos and a few whoop whoops are neccessary in either Twiztid songs or interveiws, giving that much less negative speculation

  15. Cherryfuzz


    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 12:14 am GMT -6 at 12:14 am

    Twiztid has become mainstream emo pop rock sell outs . Funny thing is, they hopped on that wagon about 10 years too late 😂

  16. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 03:12 am GMT -6 at 3:12 am

    Truer words were never spoken ^^^

  17. MisterMime


    Comment posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 12:44 pm GMT -6 at 12:44 pm

    The rock element they are trying to put out isnt even that bad. It’s the way they are starting to portray themselves, you’d think they’d announce that they rep Juggalo to people who never heard of Twiztid before, and try to bring a good repuation/image for everyone. Also, Madrox likes bands like Crown The Empire, Bring Me the Horizon, ect. The only good bands they affiliated themselves with at Warped were Chelsea Grin. It makes sense why they went to Warped but I dont think everybody there will support Twiztid as hard as Juggalos ever will. The horror community maybe, which is a good fit, but you cant expect Hot Topic kids to appreciate the wicked shit to the degree it deserves when you have Black Veil Brides fans complaining Twiztid is too scary.

  18. Chuckieboy

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 01:43 am GMT -6 at 1:43 am

    Glad this is the make it or break deal here …if they don’t win this contest no one will ever hear from them again…oh wait

  19. BtkStrangler


    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 04:38 am GMT -6 at 4:38 am

    MilkeySNIPPER is the definition of hound dawg!

  20. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 04:53 am GMT -6 at 4:53 am

    You can lick my figuritive nuts BtkFaggot, I know you love Twiztids brand of faggot emo but some of us don’t. Seriously though do you have a brain hemorrhage or something.

  21. BtkStrangler


    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 11:46 am GMT -6 at 11:46 am

    Lmao, this faggot has four kids two house, 3 cars, 2 4wheelers, couple dirt bikes, 2 Harley’s, a happy wife that doesn’t have to work!! And been at my job 20 years!!! All u got is ur moms basement!!! And talking shit online!! Cause ur a fucking dick Ryder!! If you rode icps dicks any harder u would be there third nut!!!

  22. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 11:27 pm GMT -6 at 11:27 pm

    Good to see you’re a self professed faggot, loud and proud haha I like it. Anyway BtkFaggot that ain’t shit, I’ve got 3 mansions, 5 yachts, 7 peacocks and 19 Lambos, so suck it BtkFaggot, what you have is pathetic, you mere peasant. Only reason your wife is happy is cos she bangs the mail man while you’re out hahaha as for your kids damn I kinda feel sorry for them, they got a whore for a momma……and a faggot for a dad HAHAHAHA

  23. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 08:02 am GMT -6 at 8:02 am

    You won’t be hearin us on 102. Booo or 88. Hate. Na we don’t give a fuck fuck fuck about that shit. You see the radio is afraid of us.

  24. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 09:42 am GMT -6 at 9:42 am

    If ICP were given the chance to make a high charting radio pop hit they’d do it in a heart beat, lets be honest here. They’ve been trying their whole career.

  25. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 10:10 am GMT -6 at 10:10 am

    They were trying to at first, they stopped trying cuz they realized they have it made the way it is, they wouldn’t do it now, they wouldnt sell out the juggalos like twiztid did.

  26. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 09:24 pm GMT -6 at 9:24 pm

    That’s totally why they covered a Rae Sremmurd song, right?

  27. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Monday, April 1st, 2019 11:30 pm GMT -6 at 11:30 pm

    Covering a song doesnt mean you’re trying to get radio play ya dumb fuck. And if you really think ICP have been trying their whole career to make a radio hit then you musta been bricked in the head as a child cos that’s some fucking retarded shit to think, seriously though if you truly believe that you’re retarded.

  28. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 07:45 am GMT -6 at 7:45 am

    Who the fuck is rae sremmurd? OK look at psychopathic rydas, and smothered covered and chunked. All covered up songs.

  29. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 05:38 am GMT -6 at 5:38 am

    Ignoring the fact that ICP has jumped on every pop trend that has existed since the beginning of their careers, the fact that they have openly whined about not being taken seriously then getting extremely excited every time they ever get praise, jumping on the dick of any popular artist that ever acknowledges them and collaborating with as many as possible, repetitively covering radio hit pop songs including that aforementioned Rae Sremmurd as well as a Christina Aguilera song, openly admitting to buying any album that has at least two pop hits, throwing a tantrum and trying to get juggalos to force MTV to play their music videos and sending singles to radio stations long after claiming not to care about radio play I guess you may have a point.

    You have to ignore a lot to really come to that conclusion though. The only bit of information to ever sway you from believing that they have been trying to make pop hits this whole time is them telling you they haven’t. That would just plainly make you a thoughtless sheep blindly taking their words as gospel since their actions completely contradict their underground, antipop facade they’ve been marketing to you.

    I know you mikey, I know you assume that everybody that scrutinizes ICP is a Twiztid nut rider, but Twiztid are exactly the same with the only difference being that Twiztid had been trying to blow up off of this poppy/emo metalcore sound despite the trend being a bit dated while ICP has completely embraced trendy trap production and ‘soundcloud’ rapper cliches and Twiztid seems to be succeeding in creating that hit that ICP has failed to do so far. (ignoring miracles which is more of a meme than a hit, kind of like a precursor to artists like Lil B and Bhad Bhabi)

    Here’s a new perspective to the fact that your juggalo idols are trying to be pop stars. That doesn’t make either ICP or Twiztid sell outs because I think both legitimately like the trendy poppy music they imitate and I don’t think either of them will turn their backs on the core fans I see it as them trying to reach more and indoctrinate more rather than abandoning or selling out juggalos.

  30. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 06:48 am GMT -6 at 6:48 am

    So just because icp doesn’t make every song sound the exact same means they’re trying to get enough attention to be on the radio? That’s a retraded thing to think. Icp wouldn’t make a song and then change the lyrics so it could be on the radio… the song twiztid has just sounds like a chorus the whole time… I didn’t hear any rapping…. so now they’re selling out rap too? Lmao

  31. mikeysinder

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 03:20 pm GMT -6 at 3:20 pm

    Yeah Jor Im afraid this King Lucem guy is slightly touched in the head, he seems cool but if he really thinks ICP has changed anything about their sound purely for the mainstream in hopes to make a radio hit then he’s gotta be pretty retarded, I mean C’mon, seriously King Lucem? ICP embrace a trap sound? Have you heard FFF? I don’t think you’re a fucking idiot, but you have some retarded ideas.

  32. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 03:28 pm GMT -6 at 3:28 pm

    Jor MF D

    1. No, the fact that ICP’s music has always emulated the popular trends of the time shows that they have wanted to create pop hits.

    2. They did that with plenty of Great Milenko as well as Chicken Huntin’, Tilt-A-Whirl, Homies, etc. (which now that I think about it, Hokus Pokus was kind of a hit in the UK)

    3. I have no clue what you’re trying to say about Twiztid because it’s incoherent. I’m not calling anybody a ‘sell out’ I’m just pointing out the obvious that both Twiztid and ICP have always tried to be pop stars with top hits. Most artists want that not just from a financial perspective but to have their art appreciated and revered in general.

  33. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 03:45 pm GMT -6 at 3:45 pm

    First off, Mikey, I don’t think you know what ‘trap’ is.

    ICP has a whole trap project with the kings and god fathers of trap themselves, 36 Mafia. That whole project was more akin to Chicago’s drill scene since that had a short burst of popularity for bit after Chief Keef.

    They do have a song on FFF that’s trying to emulate the soundcloud pop rap artists like Rae Sremmurd, Lil Uzi Vert, Juice World, etc. that’s completely dominating the charts lately.

    Just as Missing Link Lost jumped on the industrial trap sound bandwagon popularized by Kanye West’s Yeezus and of course adopted by Travi$ Scott. Found wasn’t much different in the trendy sounds it borrowed either and it’s absolutely a pop record.

    Or how Great Milenko was jumping on the rap/rock numetal trend that was popular at that time.

    I don’t think they do it just to go mainstream, I think they legitimately like the trends they follow. It is completely obvious, though, that they’ve always wanted and intended their music to become pop hits. The whole idea that they are antipop is a combination of their bitterness towards an industry that wouldn’t accept them the way they wanted and a marketing strategy to appeal to the edgy counter culture aesthetic that was popular at the time.

  34. BDM

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 04:37 pm GMT -6 at 4:37 pm

    King Lucem Ferre, don’t forget these other instances of ICP disregarding the integrity of their art and own words to get paid:

    – “I say what I want, whenever I feel, fuck your big contract record deal” – In order to have their album released on major label Hollywood records, ICP The Neden Game, Under the Moon, and Boogie Woogie from the album. They also completely altered the lyrics to Piggie Pie to appease their major label masters.

    – “Fuck Palooza, big festivals, we never sell out with you bitch ass hoes” – ICP played Woodstock 99, which was the biggest and most mainstream music festival of the 90s.

    – “Finally, the two dim witted idiots decided to stay with the wicked shit for life” taken from the song Radio Stars, which mocks bands trying to change their sound for radio and video play – on the same album ICP releases Lets Go All the Way, a straight up rock song accompanied by a big budget video. ICP also encouraged Juggalos to vote for the video on MTV TRL. This was called Lienda on January 12th 2001, where Violent J asked that all juggalos make request to MTV to play Lets Go All the Way.

    – “And they wanted to know if I would trade ten Juggalos for a hundred main-stream fans. And I said, ‘I wouldn’t trade ten Juggalos for a hundred thousand main-stream fans.’ Ten Juggalos is priceless to me.” – In 2001 ICP’s simultaneously released albums Bizaar and Bizzar were not selling as well as Violent J would like. So he literally asked juggalos to buy both albums and give them to none juggalos. This is a direct quote from Violent J:

    “On the Juggalo day of January 12th, “Ray Day”, your mission is to give to somebody what you have been lucky enough to find… The Dark Carnival. You must cast the magic. The mission is to buy Bizzar and Bizaar and then pass it along on to somebody that you care enough about to share them with. Cast the very spell that was cast on to you.

    Listen, by spending money to buy Bizzar and Bizaar just to give them away, not only are you helping the 3 charities, but your helping out the entire fuckin’ cause of the Dark Carnival!”

    I sincerely do not think there is a better example of a band selling out their integrity, changing their sound, asking too much of their fans, folding to record labels and using any other tactic necessary to gain mainstream success than ICP. The fact that they continue to pretend that they are this counter culture, and their fans still eat it up, is mind boggling.

  35. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019 05:06 pm GMT -6 at 5:06 pm

    Exactly, BDM, exactly.

    I just disagree with the idea that they compromised the integrity of their art even when they did change their own lyrics. I think they legitimately like the music they’ve tried to emulate.

    More so I think the idea that they are the antithesis of pop is marketing. It’s a way to manipulate the fans into thinking they are special or exclusive or the alternative. It appeals to the fans’ inner hipster that wants to hate anything for being popular to build an image that they are different, better and smarter because they don’t ‘follow stupid trends’.

  36. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019 08:30 am GMT -6 at 8:30 am

    And I suppose “thy unveiling” was them trying to get in the Christian rock station. And ok one song has a popular sound per cd, that’s bound to happen… how many billion songs exist? I’m surprised people are able to make a song sound different. And you talking about “nobody’s fault” with the auto tune? They do one song and they’re trying to get on the radio, there’s no way that song would make it to the radio anyway and auto tune existed since the late 90s, and they just now! Made ONE song with it.

  37. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019 08:39 am GMT -6 at 8:39 am

    If you ask me that’s just how music sounds with the times.. if they made a record in the 70s it would sound like 70s music, if it was 80s it would sound like 80s…. and if you listen to carnival of carnage you can definitely tell it’s from the early 90s even basement cuts.. that’s just how the music sounds at the times.

  38. King Lucem Ferre

    King Lucem Ferre

    Comment posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 08:56 am GMT -6 at 8:56 am

    Mmm, no they did the ‘soundcloud’ rap song because it’s trendy.

    They do have more songs with autotune, too, but that’s besides the point.

    Huge difference between jumping on trends and changing with the times.

    I can give various examples of artists making music that sounds nothing like ‘the times’.

    I can give even more examples of artists that didn’t jump on trends like ICP did.

    I could argue that Kanye West, a successful pop star who accidentally makes hits, has pandered less to the mainstream and what’s trendy than ICP has.

  39. Jor MF D

    Jor MF D

    Comment posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2019 05:37 pm GMT -6 at 5:37 pm

    OK and that means they’re trying to get on the radio?

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