If you want to see what Shaggy 2 Dope calls "the central nervous system" of Psychopathic Records (and, by proxy, its star attraction, Insane Clown Posse, or ICP), you have to head to Farmington Hills. The prosperous Michigan city located some 30 miles from Detroit houses the brick-and-mortar incarnation of the label launched in the early 1990s by ICP's Shaggy (a.k.a. Joseph Utsler) and Violent J (a.k.a. Joseph Bruce), plus associates. Utsler describes the headquarters as "a two-story office structure with a huge warehouse in the back" and estimates it has more than 20,000 square feet. All basic Psychopathic tasks are conducted within the building, including the shipment of merchandise, recording (in Psychopathic's "Lotus Pod" studio) and weekly staff meetings. "Everybody that works at Psychopathic, they're not just drones—you know what I'm saying? We only hire thinkers and doers. We don't just hire people that sit around, surfing the Internet, trying to get a check," says Utsler, who guesses that Psychopathic employs 40 people (not counting... More >>>