Violent J speaks on recent Rehab, Yum Yum, having No Regrets.

I know we’ve received a bunch of fresh news from Psychopathic over the past few weeks including a Hallowicked concert, confirmation of the Yum Yum Bedlam album being released on Hallowicked day, and of course today’s announcement of the Yum Yum album release party!

I know there was a lot of anxiety surrounding the Hallowicked announcement and how late it was.  Well today a pretty in-depth article was released by Adam Graham of the Detroit News that detailed Violent J‘s stint in Rehab for Oxy. He has apparently been in there for a few weeks and I’m sure they were apprehensive about releasing Hallowicked details to make sure J was fully recovered.

Whatever the case may be, J says he’s feeling great, and will be back and better than ever after kicking the pills.  Check a portion of the article below.


Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J on rehab, success and not having regret
The Insane Clown Posse frontman is gearing up for a busy Halloween season, but first up he’s taking care of himself.

Joseph “Violent J” Bruce is on the phone from a Los Angeles drug rehabilitation facility, where he’s kicking an addiction to oxycodone.

The Insane Clown Posse frontman, who entered treatment in late September, says he’s feeling clear and focused, and is relieved to be taking a break from his professional routine — work, record, tour, repeat — for the first time since forming ICP more than 30 years ago.

“I haven’t stepped out of my world this hard since I went to camp as a kid,” says Bruce, 49, on the phone last week. “But I’m having a positive experience. I’m growing from this. This is really interesting, fascinating stuff.”

The break won’t last long. Official duties beckon at the end of the month, as ICP will perform its 28th annual Halloween concert, Hallowicked, Oct. 31 at the Majestic Theatre in Detroit. The concert doubles as a release party for the group’s latest album, “Yum Yum Bedlam,” its 16th studio effort and its first since 2019’s “Fearless Fred Fury.” And on Oct. 26, the documentary “United States of Insanity” hits theaters, detailing the group’s years-long battle with the FBI.

The article goes further into detail about all of the subjects above and more, but you may have to subscribe to it.  Give it a shot at this link: Insane Clown Posse’s Violent J on rehab, success and not having regret (

Hope you continue to be well big homie!

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