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Big Hutch Announces "Live From Hell's Kitchen" Album, Reacts To Criticism Of Insane Clown Posse Association
posted Wednesday January 23, 2013 at 02:54AM PST | 11 comments
The Above The Law veteran admits to catching flack from some longtime supporters for rolling with the Juggalos, with whom he scored his first solo Top 200 appearance.
Pomona, California emcee/producer Big Hutch (a/k/a Cold 187um) has announced his second solo album in as many years. The Above The Law co-founder plans to release Live From Hell's Kitchen (I Am The Definition Of The Art) in the first two quarters of 2013.
In 2012, Hutch released The Only Solution on Insane Clown Posse's Psychopathic Records imprint. The effort garnered the former Ruthless Records star and later Death Row executive his first solo Top 200 chart appearance. In a statement, Hutch addressed the controversy that came with the new alliance. "The Only Solution project was an innovative good idea between myself and Violent J, but everyone is so damn opinionated these days and not going with the idea of the artist’s creativity, the project was harder than it needed to be. We are all independent, we are all against mainstream music, we all should have been one not separate. That goes for both Juggalos and my West Coast Hip Hop fans. We might come from different places but we are all on the same side, fighting the same fight. It’s like anything else in life, if there is no unity the real enemy will always win. End of story.”