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The Memphis Flyer
Throwback Thursday: Juicy J's 'Name It After Me'
Long before Juicy J enjoyed commercial acclaim as a solo artist, he was part of Three 6 Mafia, one of rap music's most successful collectives.
Pimp C's Story Coming Soon to Bookstores
Julia Beverly, the former editor-in-chief of OZONE Magazine and noted documentarian of Southern hip-hop culture at large, is planning to release an biography on the late UGK rapper, who died in 2007.
The Daily Beast
No Opera Please, We're PrisonersBy Daniel Genis
Like the little flower that grows through concrete, every human being demonstrates their humanity - no matter how heinous theirpast is or how brutal their present - with a need for culture.
Miami New Times
Three 6 Mafia's DJ Paul on Da Mafia 6ix, Working With ICP, and "Keeping It Grimy"
Oceans of blood, purple syrup, and pounding bass pervade every monstrous track by Three 6 Mafia, currently touring and recording as Da Mafia 6ix.
Juicy J and DJ Paul Sued Over Three 6 Mafia Samples
A label head is taking Juicy J and DJ Paul to court over samples from a rap duo they'd previously collaborated with.
An enigmatic, endlessly bleak rap crew out of Memphis in the early '90s, Three 6 Mafia specialized in dead-eyed tales of random violence , contained within an insular world of corrupted soul samples and gutter gospel.
Juicy J - "Low"
The Juicy J renaissance continues! The veteran Three 6 Mafia hardhead is something resembling a pop star in 2014, which is almost too weird to even think about.
Da Mafia 6ix at Club Dada Showcased Everything Outsiders Hate About Rap
In case there's any confusion: Da Mafia 6ix are not conscious rap. Twenty-three years into the crew's storied career and it remains one of Three 6's only constants.