Twiztid celebrate 20 years of 'Green Book' at Fright Fest
Updated: Nov 12
Detroit rap duo Twiztid returned to the stage at Saint Andrews Hall in Detroit on Devil's Night for their annual Fright Fest.
This year's edition found the duo performing their breakthrough third album The Green Book, which turns twenty this year.
Produced and mixed by Methric, Mike E. Clark, Fritz the Cat and the Sound squad, the album was a turning point for the group with songs like "Serial Killa," "Marsh Lagoon," "Frankenstein" and "Afraid of Me," which both pleased their Juggalo fan base and gained the attention of a more mainstream audience.
The album gave Twiztid a Number 2 position on the Independent Albums chart and a Number 52 spot on the Billboard 200 and included features from such artists as Insane Clown Posse, Tech N9ne, Blaze Ya Dead Homie, Anybody Killa, E-40 and Esham,
Twiztid showcased those features during their Fright Fest set as both Blaze and ABK joined them on stage and a massive video screen behind them played videos with the other artist verses.
Fright Fest also found The Funeral Portrait, Boondox, Blaze and ABK performing before Twiztid closed things out.
Twiztid wrapped up the show by thanking everyone who had been involved with making the such a success.