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Three 6 Mafia

Evolving slowly but steadily over the years, Three 6 Mafia began as an exploitative, horror-themed underground hardcore rap sensation ("666 Mafia," get it?) yet went on to enjoy relatively mainstream success years later, eventually winning an Oscar and scoring some major hits. The Memphis, TN, group's membership varied from album to album, with the one constant being the duo of Juicy J and DJ Paul, who are producers as well as rappers. Other notable Mafia affiliates at one time or another include Crunchy Black, Gangsta Boo, Lord Infamous, Koopsta Knicca, La' Chat, Project Pat, Killa Klan Kaze, and Indo G. The production acumen of Juicy and Paul also brought about a number of side projects (Tear da Club Up Thugs, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Da Headbussaz) and independent label ventures; the guys initially did business as Prophet Entertainment, later as Hypnotize Minds, working out deals with Relativity Records, Loud Records, and Columbia -- all in turn.

Three 6 Mafia's beginnings date back to the early '90s, when they were known as Triple Six Mafia; these recordings are well compiled on such latter-day compilations as Underground, Vol. 1: 1991-1994. Three 6 made their proper debut in 1995 with Mystic Stylez, a fairly groundbreaking if rudimentary effort that lent itself well to the "horrorcore" tag tossed about in the years to follow. Following another independently released album, Da End (1996), Three 6 signed a distribution deal with Relativity, resulting in Chapter 2: World Domination (1997) and a rash of hasty releases to follow, including solo albums as well as side projects. There were some underground hits from this era that helped further the group's fan base: "Tear da Club Up '97" and "Sippin' on Some Syrup," most notably. Three 6 eventually signed to Columbia, though the group's label debut, Da Unbreakables (2003), didn't break into mainstream consciousness. That would happen with Most Known Unknown (2005), thanks to "Stay Fly," the first major hit for the group. Many doors opened for Three 6 thereafter, including an unlikely Oscar win in early 2006 (for "Hard out There for a Pimp," from the film Hustle & Flow). Capitalizing on the success, Sony reissued Most Known Unknown in 2006 with some new tracks, including a remix of "Side 2 Side," that featured Kanye West.

Given the longevity of Three 6 and the group's longtime status as cult sensations within the hardcore rap underground, there are all kinds of stories and rumors that surfaced over the years. Keeping tabs on the group membership alone is a challenge. For one reason or another, Juicy and Paul rarely kept a consistent stable of rappers, and with each departing member came some sort of drama; for instance, Gangsta Boo allegedly left after finding the Lord whereas Project Pat spent time behind bars. There was also a short-lived beef with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony that inspired a one-off EP, Live by Yo Rep. And there were cinematic ambitions, too -- albeit direct-to-video in nature (Choices). That such a group would ever cross over as Three 6 did in the wake of "Stay Fly" could never have been imagined early on, when they were among the most notorious rap acts out there. ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
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Comments

Don't read this because it actually works. You will be kissed on the nearest Friday by the love of your life. However if you do not post this you will die in 2 days. Now you have started reading this don't stop. This is so scary put this on 5 songs in 143 minutes when done press f6 and your lovers name will appear on this screen in big letters this is so scary because it works
I like this song :)
Poppin my collar bells yeaahhh
www.memphisg i r l 1 2 3
North Memphis FINEST
Dis my jam
Triple six mafia is the best! "Grab the gauge" and "jealous a** b**ch" is my favorite tracks from them
Follow me 4 a follow back
Tight
Where's the weed at
Flip a coin 2 c which ride im pulln out the garage
Where is the bud????
pezwon22
Late night tip!!!!!
jcollins_80
R.I.P LORD
avdy00
The style is unique, no one else got it
I love this group. Been listening to your music all the time
Still the best group(juicy j, DJ Paul) in the 10 + years ive been listening to em. They make the best srtipclub music. Listening to some of there ^ music brings back alot of good memories as a teen. Now im 28, so that should speek for itself. Reppin D.C...
LOLLI LOLLI OOOOOO XD lov it
tbofficial84
RIP Scarecrow. That n**ga made too many stangs... Makes me wonder where I would be if I kept it up.
Glad very bog like the tracks
Im the best in the world
Follow me! I will follow back!!!
watsonfamily 6 8 2 0 1 3
66,61
TEXAS! SON, SOUTHSIDE REP!
RIP . Three 6 will never be the same
ladalewillia m s 4
YEA SIRRR
ever since i can remember i been popping my colla
johnsonkrist i n 4 2
yeah bayba
jj7355
666 mafia!
Follow me and read my bio
bengrass.dw
love it all of the songs who run it, latenight tip,tare da club up . my fav ever
This freaked me out. Copy and paste this on ten comments and you will have the best day of your life tomorrow. You will either get kissed or get asked out. If you thus break this chain you will see a dead girl In your room tonight. In the next 53 minutes someone will say I love you or I'm sorry
tbofficial84
How could u just now realize juicy was part of triple six? Not hatin, but u ain't down with the 6... Throw ur sets in tha air!!
Gets you in the mood for some drank
Bad a** song
tear da club b**ch
SWEET JAMES JONES RIP !!! PO UP B**CH
(:
Sparkling like a diamond bumpin the alpinin!
Riding spinners!
Oh yeah
Hail satan triple 6
What the hell?!? I just realized juicy j was part of 3 6... Mind blown
God is Real in Jesus Christ. Forget this world let pray for Jesus Christ to come again for us.
Miami
I listened to this album so many times with a L in my mouth and that thing in my waist. In the 90's and until the resent past was a great ride hate to see it go but I'm glad I lived threw it. We have to move past that life at some time or we end up dead. I'm one that lived and had to move away to get away from the life.
i wanna feel it wowowowo
666 WHO RUN IT?
Rep Tx and dirty south
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