Being the biggest breakout artist out of Memphis in some time, it makes sense that Snootie Wild would get the Three 6 Mafia co-sign. The collective, who's revised lineup now goes by Da Mafia 6ix, is releasing a brand new album later this year called Watch What U Wish..., and have made this record the first single.
While Juicy J's spent the past few years milking all his "Godfather of Trap" status is worth with Katy Perry collabs and a newfound level of fame, DJ Paul and the rest of his Three 6 Mafia affiliates have been keeping things dark and grimy with the Da Mafia 6ix project.
Horrorcore fans, you're in for a treat. Returning to their roots, the mostly-reunited Three 6 Mafia is back to the gritty sounds that distinguished their early work. Minus Juicy J, it's sounding like Mystic Stylez all over again.
With their horrorcore tendencies left intact, Da Mafia 6ix releases their new, stylized visuals for the track, "Break Da Law," with a video that looks like an old David Fincher opening titles sequence, with a lower budget.
Da Mafia 6ix keep the visuals coming as they deliver a new one for "Wheres Da Bud".Check out Da Mafia 6ix "Wheres Da Bud" Video, the latest video from Da Mafia 6ix, released on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013.
Da Mafia 6ix drop a video for their Lil Wyte-assisted track from their "6ix Commandments" tape.Peep Da Mafia 6ix Feat. Lil Wyte "Remember" Video, the latest visual from Da Mafia 6ix. It dropped on Wednesday, November 27th, 2013. Da Mafia 6ix's future brightens with every new release, and Da Mafia 6ix Feat.
The partially-reunited Three 6 Mafia drops some gritty new visuals for their single with Yelawolf. Their upcoming mixtape "6ix Commandments" will see release October 29th.Watch Da Mafia 6ix Feat. Yelawolf "Go Hard" Video - it's the latest video from Da Mafia 6ix, having dropped on Tuesday, October 8th, 2013.