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.
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