American Juggalo - Misunderstood Subculture of Juggalos (Documentary)

October 04, 2011 American Juggalo is a look at the often mocked and misunderstood subculture of Juggalos, hardcore Insane Clown Posse fans who meet once a year for four days at The Gathering of the Juggalos.

We went to The Gathering of the Juggalos and let the Juggalos speak their minds.

I hope you enjoy it.

American Juggalo History

"The term originated during a 1994 live performance by Insane Clown Posse. During the song "The Juggla", Joseph Bruce addressed the audience as Juggalos, and the positive response resulted in Bruce and Joseph Utsler using the word thereafter to refer to themselves and their friends, family, and fans, including other Psychopathic Records artists.[2] The fanbase boomed following the release of their third album, Riddle Box, in 1995, leading Insane Clown Posse to write the songs "What Is A Juggalo?" and "Down With The Clown" for their 1997 album The Great Milenko.[3]" source:

American Juggalo Characteristics

According to Utsler, "[Juggalos come] from all walks of life - from poverty, from rich, from all religions, all colors. [...] It doesn't matter if you're born with a silver spoon in your mouth, or a crack rock in your mouth."[4] Juggalos have compared themselves to a family.[5][6] Common characteristics of the Juggalo subculture include drinking the inexpensive soft drink Faygo, listening to horror-themed rap music, and wearing face paint.[5] Juggalos view the lyrics of Psychopathic Records artists, which are often violent in nature, as a catharsis for aggression.[7][8]  This American Juggalo video is made only to promote the artist. Content is copyrighted and property to their respective owners!. The American Juggalo video should be accessible on this site from every country. 

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  • kellybelly

    WOW incredibly Great Work!