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“Carnival of carnage” is obviously a metaphor for getting splattered with fluids of unknown origin. Born in the Detroit rap scene of the 1980s, the rappers Violent J (Joseph Bruce) and Shaggy 2 Dope (Joseph Utsler) dress and act as evil clowns, displaying a solid rapport both with their fans and each other as they rap about unspeakable things. You’ve never seen street performers like these before. A non-stop barrage of ICP songs played at the show dealt with murder, incest, bestiality, necrophilia, a set to gangsta rap. Theatrics rivaled an Alice Cooper show; there were in fact a few performers on stage who looked familiar, like that zombie French maid. The two rappers got into a fight on stage, a soda pop fight. It was hard to judge in the heat of the moment, a gathering of the Juggalos among friends, taking this act for what it is – so over the top and outrageous that it must be comedy.

For the last song, the horror-rappers even invited audience members on stage to join the soda fight. The stage and dance floor were turned into an indoor spray park; people cheered as a sopping wet Canadian flag was held aloft. For the uninitiated, Insane Clown Posse is a hardcore gangsta rap version of KISS plus Alice Cooper plus GWAR. What appeared to be a cowboy scarecrow was thrown about. Something to keep the disturbing ICP reputation going?

There is a European fireman hiding in the waiting room. ( better about that over the years, you could easily be forgiven for thinking they hadn't.

Major Bloodnok: Well, tell him to wait in the hiding room while I paste these photographs into my hat. Many, many different sounds are used over and over and over... And unlike Stock Footage, which is usually isolated to one show, these sounds span multiple shows, and even cross into other media, such as video games.

This is just one of the worthy sentiments grounding a new song Insane Clown Posse released on April Fool’s Day entitled “No Type (4 Life),” itself a reference to the great Rae Sremmurd song of the same name.

Is there a famous female singer – alive or dead – that you’d like to meet? So Yasmin, which famous person, dead or alive would you like to meet?

If you can think of someone, make some notes to answer the questions that you can find in the support pack.

However, if you can't find someone, you can send us a paragraph in English. Her mother is from Colombia but her father is Lebanese, so there’s a lot of Arabic influence in her music – and not only Arabic – there’s Indian, Brazilian, Iranian - she’s interested in all sorts of music. Her videos are very, well you know, sexy, but I don’t think she’s really like that – she’s got four dogs and she likes working in her garden, and she doesn’t drink alcohol and she doesn’t smoke.

You listened to Yasmin talking about why she would like to meet Shakira.

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