In the Studio with… Mike E. Clark
Say what you will about them, but the business of the Psychopathic Records family—home to Insane Clown Posse, Twiztid, Dark Lotus and many other fine representatives of the Juggalo hip-hop aesthetic—is never dull. And no one plays a larger role in constructing its sound than its longstanding in-house producer Mike E. Clark.
Since beginning his career in the late ’80s, he’s been affiliated at one point with almost every major hip-hop act to come out of Detroit, even logging in time with George Clinton and Kid Rock. In fact, he produced “All Summer Long,” the 2007 Lynyrd Skynyrd/Warren Zevon mash-up that became one of Kid Rock’s biggest hits. And like any good hip-hop producer, he’s been seeding the streets with mixtapes, such as the recently released Psychopathic Murder Mix, Vol. 2, which features ICP alongside Three 6 Mafia, Boondox, and other Psychopathic faves.
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