Talk That Talk
Juicy J Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Project Pat
Juicy J just dropped his #MUSTBENICE mixtape, which is pretty stacked with features including Jeremih, Que, Gucci Mane, Peewee Longway, Young Dolph, and 21 Savage. Wiz Khalifa and Project Pat, some of Juicy's most regular collaborators also show up on "Talk That Talk," one of the few records not handled by a member of 808 Mafia, instead enlisting regular Pat beatmaker Lil Awree.
Project Pat Feat. Young M.A, Coca Vango & Big Trill
Young M.A. has received national attention for her surprise hit "OOOUUU," which has been remixed by Nicki Minaj, A$AP Ferg, and several others. Project Pat gives the ascendant Brooklyn rapper the Three 6 stamp of approval by inviting her to rap on his new single "30." Also appearing on the venomous Beat Attikz-produced track are Coca Vango and Big Trill. Young M.A. kicks things off and she's on a mission, "chasing chicken, making chicken." Project Pat follows M.A with an equally impressive second verse: he "stay flippin' like dolphin."
Scorpion Death Drop
Project Pat, A$AP Twelvyy, Smoke DZA & Trae Tha Truth
Radio DJ and personality Emilio Sparks and John Sparkz, head of mixing and mastering at Harry Fraud's SRF SCHL, have fused their love of hip-hop with their passion for professional wrestling by curating a new project, Parts Unknown, featuring some of their favorite rappers and producers. The producers flip some of the sport's most iconic entrance songs, and the emcees deliver bars worthy of the larger-than-life wrestlers in question.
Get Paid (Remix)
Young Dolph Feat. Juicy J, Project Pat, La Chat, 8 Ball & Gangsta Boo
In case you missed Young Dolph's debut album King of Memphis released earlier this year, here's your chance to revisit it. Dolph returns with a monster remix of "Get Paid" that features a formidable lineup of Memphis legends: Juicy J, Project Pat, La Chat, 8 Ball & Gangsta Boo all appear on the track. Get paid at all costs -- that is Dolph's motto, as well as many of the featured artists here.
Rubberband My Check
Project Pat Feat. Rick Ross & Big Trill
Project Pat's Street God 3 is coming.
Follow The Leader
Project Pat Feat. Sosamann, Rizzoo Rizzoo & Big Trill
Although Project Pat has been pumping out music videos from his Street God 2 mixtape just the other week back, he's also starting the promotion for the third instalment in the series, Street God 3. The mixtape was lead by the single "Everyday" featuring Kidd Kidd and Big Trill, and today he's back with the mixtape's second leak, which we're once again happy to premiere.
Project Pat Feat. Kidd Kidd & Big Trill
After hitting us with Street God 2 a few months back, Project Pat is already preparing the follow-up, sharing the lead single from Street God 3 today. Once again, he's teaming up with his protege, Big Trill, as well as newly appointed G-Unit member, Kidd Kidd, taking on a chiming, bass-heavy beat that keeps him within his element, with a chant-worthy hook and some very quotable verses.
Project Pat Feat. Big Trill & FAT TREL
If you were bumping Project Pat's Cheez N Dope 3, we have good news -- the Three 6 Mafia legend is planning to drop Cheez n Dope 4 in the "next couple of months." Today, HNHH premieres the tape's lead single "Mack Shyt" featuring Big Trill and Fat Trell and produced by Drumma Boy.
Dantes Feat. Project Pat & Allan Kingdom
Miami singer Dante keeps things mysterious, eschewing his own visage in favor of an abstract pattern. It’s a proven strategy, and we’re just as happy to bump his songs without knowing what he looks like. Dante released his second EP Purgatory yesterday, and the first track “My Juice” is just too good not to share.
Pint Of Lean
Project Pat Feat. Juicy J
If you've been paying attention, you'll know that Juicy J has been dropping project after project over the last little while. Meanwhile, his brother, Project pat, has kept up a similar output, releasing Street God 2, the sequel to his 2015 mixtape, last week. As usual, the production selection is immaculate, with Pat picking out stellar beats from the likes of Drumma Boy, Nard & B, and DJ Spinz.
Big Trill & Project Pat Feat. Vado
Big Trill comes through with an track size appropriately to his name, featuring big bass and a catchy-as-hell chorus. The Memphis turned New York City rapper brings in Project Pat and Vado to round out the song, and they tag team on the beat for a verse each, getting down with Project Pat's signature Memphis style. The trio raps about trapping on the song, which shouldn't come as a surprise.
Juicy J & Project Pat
Juicy J has had a productive 2015. He's dropped a pair of mixtapaes, Blue Dream & Lean 2 and 100% Juice, and he's not done yet. After hitting the studio with ASAP Rocky over the weekend, Juicy shares his latest collaboration with Project Pat, a song called "Twrk Bit."
I'll Murder It
Ca$h Cow Feat. Project Pat
Meet a rising New York spitter by the name of Ca$h Cow. He's got an aggressive flow with Dipset-style dope boy wordplay. On his latest track, "I'll Murder It," he brings along Memphis OG Project Pat. Sound-wise, "I'll Murder It" is a cross-pollination of New York and Memphis, and that's definitely an interesting mix. The track can go hard in the club, but there are plenty of enjoyable lyrics from Ca$h Cow and the always reliable Project Pat.
Baby E Feat. Juicy J & Project Pat
After being featured on our site with various records from Cap 1 & Young Money Yawn, Baby E is back today making waves for himself. Calling on Juicy J & Project Pat, the Young Money artist decides to drop off this new single called “Dat Chick.” Over the bouncy, Madmax-produced beat, Baby E delivers a catchy, club-friendly banger that’s aimed for the ladies dropping it low. No word yet as for where it’ll end up, but it definitely has the potential to make some noise in the strip club.
Hold Me Down
Project Pat & Big Trill Feat. Ca$h Out
We're not sure what the delay is on Project Pat and Big Trill's long-teased collaborative mixtape, but regardless, the two have come through today with another new collaboration, this time featuring Atlanta's Ca$h Out. Last time we heard from this duo, it was on the Fetty Wap-featured "Rollin Dank" back in June. On "Hold Me Down" we get a melodic beat and hook, which is typically Ca$h Out's ammo so it works well.
Tryna Get Rich
Supastarrz Feat. Project Pat
Supastarrz is an artist from Baltimore, but from the sounds of his new record, you'd assume he was straight outta Memphis. Of course, the fact that Project Pat comes through with the assist definitely helps with that, but from the project to the delivery, there is Three 6 Mafia DNA in the track outside of his presence.
Project Pat Feat. Fetty Wap & Big Trill
Project Pat still releases a ton of music every year, and although he might be a little past his prime, he still reliably comes through with tracks that are undeniably great. His latest, "Rollin Dank," is one of them. It features Fetty Wap and Big Trill.
Wanna Get High (Remix)
Project Pat Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Joe Simpson
Project Pat has been closely aligned with Taylor Gang since Juicy J officially inked with Wiz a couple years back. His new album, Mista Don't Play 2: Everythang's Money, features guest spots from Ty Dolla $ign, Wiz, and of course, Juicy, but a new remix of one of the LP's highlights has showed up today with yet another Wiz contribution -- and it's the perfect place for him.
Renegade Rissa Feat. Project Pat
Project Pat sets the tone on this bouncy, infectious beat with an absolutely vintage Memphis verse before Renegade Rissa comes in to sing the hook and rap verses two and three, taking aim at that "Ronald McDonald clown bitch," male or female, who feel that the world owes them everything. The Pride of Reno, NV, Renegade Rissa has performed with Juicy J in Nevada and recently toured with Kid Ink through Florida, and she summons every ounce of venom in her body for "Clown Bitch." "Riddle me this, riddle me that, girl why your weave look like a hat?" Ruthless.
Bumping My Shit
Project Pat Feat. Yung Joc, Drumma Boy & Big Trill
Project Pat and Big Trill have been working on a collaborative mixtape for a minute now, and while it's still without a release date, we've been gifted with yet another new track today. This is the first track from the duo where Trill is given hook duties, and he proves himself worthy of the task with an earworm of a chorus. Meanwhile, Yung Joc makes a low-key return, adding a verse to the record, and Drumma Boy also contributes.