The Detroit-based duo is establishing a new studio and rolling out its own label and roster of artists, probably this summer
Detroit's Twiztid has so much going on these days that it would scare even the horror-minded rap duo -- if it weren't so excited about what's coming.
During the past 16 months, the team of Jamie Madrox (nee Spaniolo) and Monoxide Child (Paul Methric) has released a pair of EPs, 2013's "A New Nightmare" and the brand new "Get Twiztid," as well as a mixtape, "4 the Fam Vol. 2," and has joined forces with Insane Clown Posse and Blaze Ya Dead Home for a new Dark Lotus project that will be released this summer. But Twiztid, which parted ways with ICP's Psychopathic Records at the end of 2012, is most excited about is establishing a new studio and rolling out its own label and roster of artists, probably this summer.
"We're gonna unleash (the label name) with the roster and everything -- probably fly some airplanes in the sky and jump out of them," Monoxide Child tells Billboard. "It's gonna be a big deal, right about summer, and who knows where this is gonna lead?" Monoxide Child says he and Madrox are currently putting together their corps of artists, which he promises will be impressive. "I know talent. I've known talent for a long time. There's a lot of people that I think need to be heard, so it'll be awesome to give other people a shot, just like Psycopathic gave us a shot. We're trying to do the same."