Da Mafia 6ix Release Mixtape

2013-11-12 by PorkchopExpress | 15 Comments
Da Mafia 6ix (AKA Three 6 Mafia minus Juicy J) have released their first mixtape today,
6ix Commandments, which can be downloaded here:
http://www.livemixtapes.com/mixtapes/24335/da-mafia-6ix-6ix-commandments.html


This is the first album since 2000's When The Smoke Clears to feature DJ Paul,
Gangsta
Boo, Koopsta Knicca and Lord Infamous all as official members. While Juicy J isn't
officially a member of this new version of the band, both he and Project Pat make a surprise
appearance on "Body Parts 4". The album can also be found on iTunes without the DJ
interruptions and containing two bonus tracks not available on the free mixtape.

Tagged: Da Mafia 6ix

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GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2013
6233 Comments


isn't dj paul the only member of 36m if you remove juicy j

or did they revive crunchy crunchy black

oltnabrick
November 13th 2013
32470 Comments


This has like all the essential original members.


Juicy J is on a track on this too so it technically has everyone.

Digging: Sicko Mobb - Super Saiyan Vol. 2

GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2013
6233 Comments


well but is it any good

oltnabrick
November 13th 2013
32470 Comments


Yeah its like the older stuff but modern if you know what I mean. Definitely one of the best mixtapes of the year.


Excited for the album next year.

GnarlyShillelagh
Staff Reviewer
November 13th 2013
6233 Comments


ok will check i grew up on 666 mafia weeeeeeee

oltnabrick
November 13th 2013
32470 Comments


yes


HomerPimpson
November 13th 2013
251 Comments


TRAPAHOLICS

edit:
DAMN SON WHERE'D YA FIND THIS?

PorkchopExpress
November 13th 2013
392 Comments


They've been working on it for a while now. It was actually supposed to come out on 10/29 but it got pushed back to 11/12/13 (11+12+13=36) but it was worth the wait. This is the best they've been since World Domination.

PorkchopExpress
November 13th 2013
392 Comments


Also the one bonus track on the iTunes version (Grab da Gauge) sounds more like something from Mystic Stylez than anything on the mixtape.

icebliink
November 13th 2013
12 Comments


Lord Infamous should've kept the flow he used on the mystic styles and underground 91-94 tracks. That used to be so hypnotizing.

MasBarHigeuoris21
November 14th 2013
1648 Comments


What about Cruncy Black? Is he on this?

DominionMM1
November 14th 2013
10730 Comments


"Also the one bonus track on the iTunes version (Grab da Gauge) sounds more like something from Mystic Stylez than anything on the mixtape."


that's because grab da gauge is an older track of theirs. the original version was on underground vol. 3.


PorkchopExpress
November 14th 2013
392 Comments


Yeah Crunchy is on this.

And oh yeah, that song was on Vol 3. Though the version on this is different. They did the same thing with the version of Stash Spot on here too.

DominionMM1
November 14th 2013
10730 Comments


why did they have to bring back gangsta boo?

PorkchopExpress
November 14th 2013
392 Comments


Haha she's never bothered me as much as she does some people. She has one shitty, shitty line ("Smoke so much weed my nickname is Smokey" or something along those lines) but overall she doesn't bring it down.



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