This Is What It's Come To: Jack White, ICP, and JEFF the Brotherhood Are Covering MozartBy Noisey Staff
If you had come to us yesterday and told us that Jack White, Insane Clown Posse, and JEFF the Brotherhood were collaborating to cover a Mozart song, we'd have told you that your substance abuse has gotten out of hand and that we're all here because we love you.
Lo and behold, White announced today that he teamed up with ICP masterminds (of sorts) Shaggy 2 Dope and Violent J for "Leck Mich Im Arse", which drops digitally and as a 7" on September 13th via Jack White's Third Man Records. The single, produced by White, features a melody sampled from Mozart and backing instrumentals by JEFF the Brotherhood, but something tells us the title, which translates to "Lick me in the arse", was purely the brainchild of S2D and J.
This isn't the first time that the juggalos/ettes have sunk their Faygo-rotted teeth into a Noisey band. Remember Corpse Circus' WTF-inducing horrorcore sampling of Ariel Pink's "Fright Night"? If this is going where we think it is, don't be suprised to see Cults headlining the next Gathering. We hear "the Family" goes NUTS for that twee nostalgia-pop shit...
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