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Insane Clown Posse on The Adam Carolla Show

Written by  on August 12, 2011 in Music

Insane Clown Posse and Adam Carolla

In preparation for this year’s edition of the Gathering of the Juggalos, Violent J and Shaggy 2 Dope appeared onThe Adam Carolla Show where the longtime radio personality went a little off-base in taking listeners through an in depth recap of the Insane Clown Posse‘s history. From the group’s birth in the suburbs of Detroit to their fallout with Disney to present day grinding, the interview offers some fantastic insight into the duo’s success and ideologies.

After Adam Carolla discusses the similarities between a concert cellist and the Insane Clown Posse, Shaggy goes off on a tremendous speech about the importance of hustling and grinding in order to get what you want:

“You have to keep banging on these pots and pans. If you don’t, you won’t have their attention. They’ll stop lookin’ at you if you’re not makin’ no noise. If you’re not bangin’ on shit and sayin’: ‘Hey! We’re right here!’ There’s so much going on out there in the world that if you don’t bang on shit they’re gonna look away. They’re gonna look away, man. You better keep their attention. And then when you got their attention you better stand up and fuckin’ dance or do something that’s gonna keep their attention because, better believe that to the right of you and to the left of you there’s guys dancing all over the place doin’ impressive shit, man. You gotta hang with them…

You see that mountain out there? If you want to get to the top of that mountain you can sit here on the bottom and you can wait for a fuckin’ ski-lift that ain’t never comin’; you can wait for some superstar to come pick you up in a helicopter and fly you up to the top; you can wait for somebody to come lift you and carry you on their back, which ain’t ever gonna happen; or you can slowly but surely start walkin’ that muhfucker. It may be slow, it may hurt your feet, it may take forever, it may be not fun, it may suck! But eventually you will start to get up that muhfucker. Eventually you will turn around and say, ‘Wow! Look at how far we’ve came. We’ve been walkin’ so long that when I turn around and look behind me, we’ve made some groundwork!’… But that’s how you make it: You walk!… Think about it: Your destiny is in your hands. If you put it in your hands: How you gonna fuck up?”

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Posted on August 16, 2011 by Editor

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