DJ Clay got his start with Psychopathic Records by workin the turntables at all their biggest parties and events. One day he was workin the party scene in Southwest Detroit, the next he was the man behind the music at the Big Balla Xmas Party, the JCW Cancer Charity Event covered by Fox News, and Twiztid's Man's Myth CD Release Party. In fact, he's melted the wax at nearly every Detroit-area Psychopathic party over the last eight years.

In 2006, Shaggy 2 Dope took DJ Clay to the next level, when he asked him to be his personal, live DJ on the F.T.F.O Tour. Shaggy's always had a feel for the turntable, and as a respected scratchmaster himself, he wanted the vinyl style represented at his shows. Clay was the man for the job, and freaked it for the Juggalos on every date of the tour. The Hatchet had found a match, and soon ICP together asked Clay to DJ all their tours. To date, he's been on five tours, including The Tempest and two Hallowickeds!

By the end of 2007, he'd also contributed to five Psychopathic albums. It was only a matter of time before he set up his wheels of steel in the Lotus Pod, and the whole Hatchet family kept him workin: as a scratcher, a producer, a remixer, and all-around vinyl vandal! His album credits with Psychopathic artists include: ICP The Tempest and Forgotten Freshness 4, Twiztid Independents Day, Boondox Punkinhed, and Psychopathics From Outer Space Part 3.

Now, all this work is shining like diamonds with the Let 'Em Bleed Mixxtapes. He's scoopin up all the Hatchet flavor he can find and mixing together in his own style. These Mixxtapes bring a whole new sound to all new music from the voices you've grown to love: Violent J, Shaggy 2 Dope, Madrox, Monoxide, Blaze, Boondox, plus The R.O.C. and Esham! That's an impressive resume, and it's growing with every volume! With homies like that, and his owns skills at producing, mixing, and scratching, The DJ Clay: Let 'Em Bleed Mixxtapes are the bomb! Bomb enough to be the first releases from the Hatchet House, and they're gonna keep dropping, like the bomb-ass flavor you'd expect, with the whole Hatchet Family together on these Mixxtapes!
Personally...I think this guy really cool when it comes to his remixs of some of the best songs from Psychopathic Records like: ... re=related - Rollin' Over ... re=related - Karma

Who here has heard of him? Share your opinions, thoughts, etc.