Three 6 Mafia

Also known as 3 6 Mafia, 3-6 Mafia, 3/6 Mafia, 36 Mafia, 3:6 Mafia, 666 Mafia, 666Mafia, J. Houston, D.J. Paul, Three 6Mafia, Three Six, Three Six Mafia, Three-6 Mafia, Three-6-Mafia, Three-Six Mafia, Three6 Mafia, Triple 6, Triple 6 Mafia, Triple Six, Triple Six Mafia
Members of Three 6 Mafia: Darnell Carlton, Jordan Houston, Lola Mitchell, Paul Beauregard, Ricky Dunigan, Robert Cooper (2)
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.triplesix.com, http://www.three6-mafia.com/, http://www.myspace.com/threesixmafia, http://www.facebook.com/three6mafia

Discography of Three 6 Mafia:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Live By Yo Rep (B.O.N.E. Dis) 8 Audio 1995 Prophet Entertainment
2 Chickenhead 6 Audio 2000 Loud Records
3 Mystic Stylez 16 Audio 1995 Prophet Entertainment
4 Sippin' On Da Syrup 4 Audio 2000 Loud Records
5 Who Run It 4 Audio 1999 Loud Records
6 2 Way Freak 6 Audio 2001 Loud Records
7 Da Unbreakables 19 Audio 2003-06-24 Columbia
8 When The Smoke Clears 22 Audio 2000-06-13 Loud Records
9 Chpt. 2: "World Domination" 22 Audio 1997-11-04
10 Choices: The Album 21 Audio 2001-10-30
11 Late Nite Tip / Hit 'Em 10 Audio 1998 Relativity
12 Ghetto Chick / Shake Dat Jelly 4 Audio 2003 Columbia
13 Kings Of Memphis Underground Vol. 3 16 Audio 2000 Smoked Out Music
14 The End 17 Audio 1996-12-03 Prophet Entertainment
15 Hypnotize Camp Posse 17 Audio 2000
16 Tear Da Club Up 97' 6 Audio 1997 Relativity
17 Most Known Unknown 21 Audio 2005-09-27 Columbia
18 Stay Fly 4 Audio 2005 Columbia
19 Tear Da Club Up 3 Audio 1995 Prophet Entertainment
20 Good Stuff / Tear Da Club Up 4 Audio 1996 Prophet Entertainment
21 Testin My Gangsta/Ridin Spinners 6 Audio 2003 Columbia
22 Choices: The Album 21 Audio 2001 Loud Records
23 Tear Da Club Up (Remix) 3 Audio 1996
24 Chpt. 2: "World Domination" 22 Audio 1997 Relativity
25 Chpt. 2: "World Domination" 24 Audio 1997 Relativity
26 Da Unbreakables 19 Audio 2003 Columbia
27 When The Smoke Clears 20 Audio 2000 Loud Records
28 Stay Fly (Still Fly Remix) 4 Audio 2005 Columbia
29 When The Smoke Clears 20 Audio 2000 Loud Records
30 Most Known Unknown - The Swisha House Remix 20 Audio 2005 Columbia
31 2 Way Freak 3 Audio 2001 Relativity
32 Baby Mama 3 Audio 2001 Universal Records
33 Da Unbreakables 19 Audio 2003
34 Baby Mama 4 Audio 2001 Universal Records
35 Poppin' My Collar / Pussy Got Ya Hooked 6 Audio 2005 Columbia
36 Poppin' My Collar (Cracktracks Remix) 6 Audio 2006 Columbia
37 Pimp N My Own Rhymes / Break Da Law 4 Audio 2000 On The Strength Records
38 Hit'Em / Motivated 5 Audio 1998 Relativity
39 Late Nite Tip / Hit 'Em 10 Audio 1998 Relativity
40 Da Summer / Slobs On The Knob 4 Audio 1999 Loud Records
41 You Scared Part II 6 Audio 2003
42 Most Known Hits 17 Audio 2005-11-15 Hypnotize Minds
43 Last 2 Walk 23 Audio 2008-06-24
44 Who Is A Thug / Wanna Be's 5 Audio 1999 TVT Soundtrax
45 Goldshine 4 Audio 1999 Loud Records
46 Baby Mama 4 Audio 2001 Universal Records
47 Testin My Gangsta / Buck Dat Click / Bin Laden 6 Audio 2003 Columbia
48 Mystic Stylez 16 Audio 1995-05-30 Prophet Entertainment
49 Most Known Unknown (Clean) 21 Audio 2005
50 Chickenhead 6 Audio 2000 Loud Records


American hip-hop group from Memphis, Tennessee.

Established 1991 in Memphis with [a=DJ Paul (3)] (Paul Beauregard), [a=Juicy J] (Jordan Houston) and [a=Lord Infamous] (Ricky Dunigan). The original name for the hip hop group was "Backyard Posse", followed shortly after by "Triple Six Mafia" and they originally did "horrorcore" music. The group formed through releasing several EP's from their own record company with Nick Scarfo, [l=Prophet Entertainment], later launching their own label, [l=Hypnotize Minds].

During their early career, they also propelled the careers of several other rappers. Eventually added before the release of "[b]Mystic Stylez[/b]" were rappers [a=Koopsta Knicca] (Robert Cooper), [a=Gangsta Boo] (Lola Mitchell), and [a=Crunchy Black] (Darnell Carlton).

Evolving slowly but steadily over the years, Three 6 Mafia (whose name is a reference to the biblical number 666), began as an exploitative, horror-themed underground hardcore rap sensation yet went on to enjoy some mainstream success years later, eventually winning an Oscar and scoring some major hits.

The group's membership varied from album to album, with the one constant being the duo of [a=Juicy J] and [a=DJ Paul (3)], who are producers as well as rappers. Other notable Mafia affiliates at one time or another include [a=Crunchy Black], [a=Gangsta Boo], [a=Lord Infamous], [a=Koopsta Knicca], [a=La' Chat], [a=Project Pat], [a=Killa Klan Kaze], and [a=Indo G]. The production acumen of Juicy and Paul also brought about a number of side projects including [a=Tear da Club Up Thugs], [a=Hypnotize Camp Posse] and [a=Da Headbussaz], and independent label ventures; the guys initially did business as [l=Prophet Entertainment], later as [l=Hypnotize Minds], working out deals with [l=Relativity Records], [l=Loud Records], and [l=Columbia] -- all in turn.


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