Tuesday, January 17th, 2017

Sick Jacken | TeamBackpack freestyle

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Wednesday, December 28th, 2016

Jasper Loco Product Of The Block – Out Now!

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The highly anticipated album by Jasper Loco is now out. Its features a great song featuring Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm, “Product Of The Block” (Video Coming Soon).

Click here to purchase his album.



Monday, October 31st, 2016

Live at the UKMG warehouse

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Here some raw footage min after The Psycho Realm fall drop 2016 was dropped off at our UKMG warehouse. You can pick them up now on our site at www.ThePsycohshop.com.



Monday, October 31st, 2016

The Psycho Realm Fall Drop 2016 Warehouse footage

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Monday, August 15th, 2016

2Mex – This Too Shall Heal

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It’s interesting how we are engaged in people’s life journeys through social media. One artist that has really inspired me in the recent months has been hip hop artist 2Mex. I started really paying attention to his instagram posts when he first checked into the emergency care due to complications with his diabetes. As the posts kept updating the time line kept getting darker. 2Mex was about to lose his leg and maybe his life. Suddenly I see an ig video in a dark hospital room, the flashlight from the phone shining at the empty spot were his leg used to be, and him repeating, “This too shall heal, this too shall heal.”  2Mex’s right leg from the knee down was amputated and his life was changed forever. I kept checking up on his instagram and saw how many people came to support him. How much love and prayers were sent his way. Which it seems that all that love from his fans, family and friends seemed to give him strength. I am now currently staying updated in his progress from him learning to walk with a prosthetic leg, to going to back working weekly at 93.5 KDAY and his new journey on advocating health. Which it is one thing that we lack on. We think we are invincible, we think we may live forever, we think that it can’t happen to us. The reality is, we are all fragile, sure we are distracted so much that we forget to take care of our health or we think is not relevant to teach or learn healthy choices that can make us stronger. The thing is what is fame and fortune if you are sick? What is fame and fortune if you can’t get out of bed to enjoy it? Health is the greatest gift given to man. So in words of 2Mex ‘Everybody use what the fuck has happened to me as an example go take care of yourself.’

Clips from 2Mex Benefit show:

Written by: Famous8



Friday, July 29th, 2016

Our Shop Is Open This Weekend

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The Old English Brand Flagship Shop Is Now Open! We carry the full collection of Old English Brand, as well as the full line of Psycho Realm Clothing. We have all OE Tees, Tank Tops, Crew Necks, Beanies, Snapbacks, Bandanas, Tote Bags, Windbreakers, Pillows and more! We are open at Location 1 from Monday – Friday, 12pm to 6pm! We are also open at Location 2, on Friday (6pm to 11pm) and on Saturday & Sunday (9am to 5pm). Make sure to come down to their store and support and pick up your favorite Old English Brand item today. Click Here For Directions!!!

The Old English Brand Flagship Shop – Location 1

11781 Slauson Ave

Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

Open : Monday – Friday

Hours : 12pm to 6pm

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Friday, July 29th, 2016

Our Store Is Open This Weekend

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The Psycho Shop x Old English Brand Flagship Shop is now open! The Psycho Shop carries the full line of Psycho Realm Clothing, and now carries the full collection of Old English Brand. They have all Psycho Realm & OE  Tees, Tank Tops, Crew Necks, Beanies, Snapbacks, Bandanas, Windbreakers and more! Location 1 is open from 12pm to 6pm Monday through Friday. Location 2 is open Friday (6pm to 11pm) and on Saturday & Sunday (9am to 5pm).  Make sure to come down to their store and support and pick up your favorite Psycho Realm and Old English Brand item today. Click Here For Address And Directions!



Thursday, July 21st, 2016

The Fuck Love Tee Is Back In Stock

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The Psycho Shop just got these sick ass Psycho Realm tees back into our stock. The PR “Fuck Love” Tee shirt is now on the shelf at The Psycho Shop Pick Up Location 1 open Monday – Friday from 12pm to 6pm (Address is 11781 Slauson Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670). Its also available at The Psycho Shop Flagship Shop open Friday – Sunday. Or you can just order the tee at home and have it shipped to your front door. These always sell out once we get them in, so dont take your time. Limited amount of each size was from this re-stock. Click Here To Order Your Psycho Realm “Fuck Love” Tee Today!



Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Street Anthems 4

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Urban Kings has officially joined the ‪#‎AnalogVersusDigital‬ Campaign along with many major music labels to keep physical CD copies alive! For the fans who prefer an actual CD, read the credits and information inside, and appreciate the hard copies. Today, we showcase the Urban Kings “Street Anthems 4” album. It is available everywhere, at all major music retailers, but only available at this price from Urban Kings! We have made each ‪‎Urban Kings‬ CD for just $7.99, only on www.UKMG.net. Dont believe us, look in our Merch Section!



Monday, June 13th, 2016

The 2Mex Benefit Show August 4th

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The Psycho Shop is at it again with the show announcements. We gotta shout out our friend 2Mex, who has been going through his diabetes battle to get well again. And newly announced concerts pulls his friends together to help the hip hop legend. Going down at The Regent in Los Angeles on August 4th, it will be the Official 2Mex Benefit Show, featuring Dilated Peoples, The Visionaries, Sick Jacken of Psycho Realm, The Beat Junkies and Supernatural, and I heard other special guest artists will be coming down to the show. Cant make that announcement yet though, but stay posted!



Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Psycho Realm Book 1 & 2 CDs Back In Stock

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Back in stock inside The Psycho Shop Pick Up Location 1 are two classics. We have been sold out of these two CDs for weeks, and yesterday we got a shipment of these two albums. The Psycho Realm “Book 1” and “Book 2” are here and waiting to be picked up at the pick up location or can be shipped straight to you. These always sell out to the true Psychos and I dont know how much longer we will keep these on the shelf, so get this before they are gone!



Monday, May 23rd, 2016

Stray Bullets Available Now

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The Psycho Shop has the first solo album by Psycho Realm’s Sick Jacken. The album is called “Stray Bullets” and is one of the best albums of all time. Sick Jacken went psycho on it and had some really dope classics like “The Sickside”, “Death Frees Every Soul”, “Metal Rain”, “Born In LA”, “Paid Dues” and more. The CD featured lyrical legends B Real of Cypress Hill, Cynic, Immortal Technique, Murs, Killah Priest of Wu Tang Clan, Chace Infinite, 2Mex, Evidence, DJ Babu, DJ FM, Planet Asia and more! The album is available everywhere, including Amazon, FYE, digitally on iTunes, and through The Psycho Shop Store!



Thursday, May 12th, 2016

2Mex Is Coming Back From This

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When reached by phone, the first words out of 2Mex’s mouth are, “I’m gonna come back from this.” Then he quickly adds, “This shit is crazy.”

The underground hip-hop cult hero and KDAY radio host speaks from a hospital bed in San Bernardino, where he’s spent the last two weeks recovering from a near-fatal bout with diabetes. The medical staff says it’s a minor miracle that he’s alive, let alone without brain damage. Unfortunately, doctors couldn’t save his leg, amputating it just below the knee.

“I’ve got a crazy headache and leg pain, but I’ve already been doing light physical therapy,” says 2Mex, born Alejandro “Alex” Ocana Jr. “I’ll survive it. It’s gotten much better.”

Over the last two decades, few local artists have earned more love and respect than 2Mex. The Project Blowed veteran and co-founder of The Visionaries has collaborated with Busdriver, Murs and Nobody, released an album on Sage Francis’ Strange Famous imprint, and even been shouted out by Snoop Dogg on the song “My Peoples.”

So when the news broke about his condition, outpourings of support flooded social media. Within days, a GoFundMe campaign raised more than $30,000. Friends and family are hoping for $120,000 to cover Ocana’s medical costs for the next few years — including hospital care, physical therapy and a prosthetic limb, which can run from $7,000 to $40,000.

At the time he checked into St. Bernardine Hospital, Ocana numbered among the estimated 1.5 million L.A. County residents without health insurance. “I hadn’t had any health problems prior, but that’s no excuse. I should’ve been more conscious,” he says.

One morning late last month, the latent affliction became critical. The 43-year-old woke up with crippling pain and a foot swollen to the size of a football. He took anti-inflammatory pills until the condition became dire. His sister rushed him to the hospital, where doctors performed emergency.

“Before the amputation, the pain was so crazy that it felt like my spirit was leaving me,” Ocana says. “It was something dark … like I was trapped in the 1800s before modern medicine. I got to a place where I’d close my eyes and see souls looking at me, melting away.”

It’s difficult not to imagine Ocana channeling the intensity of his visions into his music, which has always been visceral and uncompromising. A 2Mex song can be gothic or political, sarcastic or sincere. He says that the first song he writes will be called “The Real Life of Pablo” — an apology dedicated to a diabetic friend whom he used to jokingly call lazy.

“All those years, I didn’t understand the diabetic condition, but now it’s been thrust upon me,” Ocana says.

For the moment, he continues his hospital recovery, which will be followed by a stint in a rehab facility. The goal is to be up and walking with a prosthetic leg in six months. Once his health has stabilized, Ocana plans to return to his music, podcast and 2Mex Hologram radio show.

He also wants to help educate others about diabetes — a minor hip-hop plague that also has affected Ghostface Killah, Boosie and the late Phife Dawg.

“People like myself have heard about diabetes over and over, but we still ignored it,” Ocana says. “We need to hit the youth on some scared-straight shit. It’s no joke. Since this incident, I’ve heard nothing but stories from fans about them losing their dad, their mom losing a leg. If I can help a single person avoid having to go through this, I’m down.”

You can donate to 2Mex’s GoFundMe at gofundme.com/2mexla

-via laweekly



Thursday, May 12th, 2016

2Mex Is Coming Back

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When reached by phone, the first words out of 2Mex’s mouth are, “I’m gonna come back from this.” Then he quickly adds, “This shit is crazy.”

 

The underground hip-hop cult hero and KDAY radio host speaks from a hospital bed in San Bernardino, where he’s spent the last two weeks recovering from a near-fatal bout with diabetes. The medical staff says it’s a minor miracle that he’s alive, let alone without brain damage. Unfortunately, doctors couldn’t save his leg, amputating it just below the knee.

 

“I’ve got a crazy headache and leg pain, but I’ve already been doing light physical therapy,” says 2Mex, born Alejandro “Alex” Ocana Jr. “I’ll survive it. It’s gotten much better.”

 

Over the last two decades, few local artists have earned more love and respect than 2Mex. The Project Blowed veteran and co-founder of The Visionaries has collaborated with Busdriver, Psycho Realm, Murs and Nobody, released an album on Sage Francis’ Strange Famous imprint, and even been shouted out by Snoop Dogg on the song “My Peoples.”

 

So when the news broke about his condition, outpourings of support flooded social media. Within days, a GoFundMe campaign raised more than $30,000. Friends and family are hoping for $120,000 to cover Ocana’s medical costs for the next few years — including hospital care, physical therapy and a prosthetic limb, which can run from $7,000 to $40,000.

 

At the time he checked into St. Bernardine Hospital, Ocana numbered among the estimated 1.5 million L.A. County residents without health insurance. “I hadn’t had any health problems prior, but that’s no excuse. I should’ve been more conscious,” he says.

 

One morning late last month, the latent affliction became critical. The 43-year-old woke up with crippling pain and a foot swollen to the size of a football. He took anti-inflammatory pills until the condition became dire. His sister rushed him to the hospital, where doctors performed emergency.

 

“Before the amputation, the pain was so crazy that it felt like my spirit was leaving me,” Ocana says. “It was something dark … like I was trapped in the 1800s before modern medicine. I got to a place where I’d close my eyes and see souls looking at me, melting away.”

 

It’s difficult not to imagine Ocana channeling the intensity of his visions into his music, which has always been visceral and uncompromising. A 2Mex song can be gothic or political, sarcastic or sincere. He says that the first song he writes will be called “The Real Life of Pablo” — an apology dedicated to a diabetic friend whom he used to jokingly call lazy.

 

“All those years, I didn’t understand the diabetic condition, but now it’s been thrust upon me,” Ocana says.

 

For the moment, he continues his hospital recovery, which will be followed by a stint in a rehab facility. The goal is to be up and walking with a prosthetic leg in six months. Once his health has stabilized, Ocana plans to return to his music, podcast and 2Mex Hologram radio show.

 

He also wants to help educate others about diabetes — a minor hip-hop plague that also has affected Ghostface Killah, Boosie and the late Phife Dawg.

 

“People like myself have heard about diabetes over and over, but we still ignored it,” Ocana says. “We need to hit the youth on some scared-straight shit. It’s no joke. Since this incident, I’ve heard nothing but stories from fans about them losing their dad, their mom losing a leg. If I can help a single person avoid having to go through this, I’m down.”

 

You can donate to 2Mex’s GoFundMe at gofundme.com/2mexla

 

-via laweekly



Thursday, May 5th, 2016

20% Off Psycho De Mayo Sale!

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The Psycho Shop has just announced we are having a Psycho De Mayo Sale! Its all going down only and exclusively at The Psycho Shop Pick Up Location. Thats right, you can come down today to our shop and look through all the Psycho Realm Gear and save 20% Off your order on all Psycho Realm Tee Shirts, Tank Tops, Snapback Hats, Beanies, Bandanas, Windbreakers and more. We are fully loaded and stocked with the newest Psycho tees, the classics designs, and the rare hard to find psycho shirts. They dont call us The Psycho Shop for nothin. We are open Monday – Friday from 12pm to 6pm. Our address is 11781 Slauson Ave, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670.

 

The Psycho Shop Pick Up Location

11781 Slauson Ave

Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

Open : Monday – Friday

Hours : 12pm to 6pm