Now, I’m not sure if all of you are aware but Underrated of Potluck has stepped out of the group Potluck with long time friend and group member 1ton to embark on a solo mission.

Earlier this week Underrated leaked information on all social networks including the up and coming solo album title “Growing is Always Good“.  Album coming 2017.

Underrated stated that he just finished up a music video shoot and plans to drop that later on this week!

Below I posted the links to where u can find Underrated.




Stay tuned we will keep u posted on the Upcoming video and all other information on this album!!


After a long and much anticipated voting process, the Top Ten Albums of the Underground were announced and awarded Live in Australia this past Saturday night!!!

The awards were announced through podcast on the Underground of Australia website. Over several weeks the website hosted a voting process where anyone and everyone could easily log in to the website and submit your votes for your opinions of the top albums. It was a very exciting event!

Below I have included all 10 albums announced, along with a youtube link to take u to each full album for your listening pleasure. All of these albums are available for purchase on the Underground Australia’s website.

Top 10 Underground Album Award Winners are so followed.

Coming in at Number 10, Vinnie Paz with the 2016 album,  The Cornerstone of the Cornerstore”.

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Coming in at Number 9- Kung Fu Vampire with the 2016 album, “Look Alive“.

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Coming in at Number 8- Big Hoodoo  of Psychopathic Records with the 2016 album “Asylum“.

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Coming in at Number 7Dezlooca with the 2016 album, “Serial Killers X“.

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Coming in at Number 6Jimmy Donn of Sicfux Entertainment presents the 2016 album “Anxiety Music“.

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Coming in at Number 5, Rittz of Strange Music Inc. with the 2016 album, “Top of the Line“.

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Coming in at Number 4, Lex the Hex Master of Majik Ninja Entertainment with the 2016 album “Contact“.

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Coming in at Number 3, Tech N9ne of Strange Music Inc. with the 2016 album “The Storm“.

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Coming in at Number 2, Gmo Skee of Majik Ninja Entertainment with the 2016 album “My Filthy Spirit Bomb“.

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Coming in at Number 1, Blaze ya Dead Homie of Majik Ninja Entertainment with the 2016 album “The Casket Factory“.

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MC Chris has posted an in-depth reply to Psychopathic Records invitation to the Juggalo March on Washington.

MC Chris has declined the invite.  He states the reason for his decision not to march is because it will be close to his fall tour.

During his lengthy post, MC Chris mentioned how great juggalos have been to him and other things. You can read the full post below.


A lot of juggalo fans have been asking if i will participate in the march and concert they have planned for later this year. i believe they are marching and gathering because they have been branded as a gang by the FBI.

i won’t be participating because it comes so close to fall tour and the DC market is one that i’m dependent upon to make a living. i do sincerely appreciate the invite though. it’s always nice to be asked back to anything. means you didn’t fuck it up too bad.

but i wanted to be clear about how i feel about juggalos just so there can be no mistake or misinterpretation. i have no problem w law abiding juggalo’s that treat women with respect and don’t heckle shows. i pretty much always appreciate them because long story short, juggalos buy merch, they financially support the bands they like. this keeps independent music alive.

i have had juggalos at concerts for as long i’ve been touring, i’ve played the gathering (which was scary as fuck, but ultimately thrilling because i won them over,) i’ve been asked by psycopathic to sign with them, and then they recently asked me to join them in DC. i even got followed by icp on twitter fulfilling a life long dream 😉

i have never witnessed any juggalo do anything gang related. yes, they think of each other as family, they sport symbols etc, but it’s only in these ways that they could be considered a gang. not every juggalo is automatically a criminal or a trouble maker. they are primarily upstanding citizens with jobs. there are bad apples and crazy shows, but that’s not quite a criminal operation. as for me, yes, there’s been some bad experiences but i’d be lying if i said most of the juggalos i’ve met weren’t well behaved. and these days the alt right makes juggalos look like downton abbey.

it’s always best not dismiss any group because of its most extreme members (unless of course we’re talking about nazis.) we do it with religions and races, even the mc chris fan collective has extremists and assholes. that doesn’t mean we are all assholes. that just means a couple of people are and we shouldn’t let that dictate who we are as a group.

thanks for listening and once again thanks to the people at psychopathic records for the invite, hope the show and march go off without a hitch. much clown love.