Insane Clown Posse made a video for their five-year-old Christina Aguilera cover
by Jeremy Mersereau
March 10, 2017
In 2012, Insane Clown Posse made their own version of Aguilera's "Beautiful." Now, they finally have the video to match.
I think we can all agree, what the world needs most in 2017 is an Insane Clown Posse music video for a Christina Aguilera cover they originally recorded in 2012.
What, were you thinking of something else?
Why ICP would wait until now to release a video for a 5 year-old cover is anybody’s guess, but it’s worth noting that Aguilera’s original song did not include any references to Columbine. The clowned-up version of “Beautiful (Indestructible”)” was originally part of a bonus covers collection called Smothered, Covered, and Chunked that was packaged with a variant edition of ICP’s 2012 album, The Mighty Death Pop!
Presumably, “Beautiful” will be getting some major play on assorted boomboxes and Mad Max-style vehicles as the Juggalo Family marches on Washington D.C. next September, in protest of the FBI’s prior designation of the Posse’s fanbase as a gang.