Best Three 6 Mafia Songs of All Time!

#10. Doe Boy Fresh ft. Chamillionaire – Three 6 Mafia had so many “hits” in the 2000’s that this song itself never even appeared on an actual Three 6 Mafia project!… I was under the impression that only raps “super elite” made “power moves” like that… Mad props to the Triple 6 for making that “move”…

#09. Mafia N****Z – Before writing this list I knew for a fact that “Mafia N****Z” was the most sampled Three 6 song ever, but I never knew what the exact number was…. For the who are wondering… The song “Mafia N****Z” has so far been sampled 90 times! For anyone who is unfamiliar with “song sampling”, that’s a lot…

#08. Tear da Club Up ’97 – One of my favorite Three 6 Mafia anthem’s ever!… You know a song is great when your “chanting” the hook of the song before the song itself has even begun…

#07. Poppin’ My Collar – Remember in 06′ when everybody and their momma was walking around in a collared shirt with “popped collar”? The worst was when it would be pink collard shirt!… The only pink I ever want to see on a man is the pink in Goku’s hair after he becomes a Super Saiyan God!… Past that I don’t f#ck with that color at all, and neither should you…

#06. Hard Out Here for a Pimp – The song that won Three 6 Mafia a Grammy!… In all seriousness though… Does anyone actually feel like the record was “Grammy Material”?… 2006 wasn’t the “best” year for music, but still that selection was kind of an oddity IMO…

#05. Who Run It – This is the song I listen to whenever I need to remind myself of who really “run’s” this rap list sh*t!… Spoiler Alert: It’s definitely not Complex Magazine! I see the type of “reactions” their articles get on Facebook. They spend thousand’s of dollar’s on Facebook advertising every month for what? I do this sh*t part time and get 10 times the results for hardly any budget… It once again proves that a corporation built up with hundred’s of clowns and f#ck boys still can’t touch the opinion of a single person who actually knows what the f#ck their talking about!…

#04. Ridin Spinners – Once you realize that this song sample’s Eazy E’s classic track “Eazy-Duz-It”, it’s impossible to “un-hear” that original sample ever again…

#03. Stay Fly – Where in world did this Juicy J hook come from?… Juicy J has always been known for having some of the catchiest rap flows in the industry, but hooks had never been one of his “specialties” up to this point… I would argue that even Juicy J now hasn’t had that many “great” hooks sense this track, but man oh man was the hook on this song amazing at the time!  Juicy proved to everyone that he had”mainstream appeal” which would ultimately result in him branching into a solo career, which sucks because he hasn’t been the same since he left the Triple 6, but i digress…

#02. Late Night Tip – Quite possibly the most “unusual” track in all of Three 6 Mafia’s song catalog!… But seriously, what’s not to like about “Late Night Tip”?… Oh I have an answer!… What’s up the odd censorship in the explicit version of this song? I doubt Gangsta Boo said anything that warranted being censored 3 times in a “uncensored song”… Sh*t like that tends to only happen Eminem…

#01. Sippin On Some Syrup ft. UGK & Project Pat – I wasn’t sure how people would percieve me putting “Sippin On Some Syrup” at number 1… Is that an odd choice? It seemed like a “no brainer” to me… This song features UGK (Pimp C & Bun B), and Project Pat aka the “Cappadonna” of the Three 6 Mafia… That’s a lot of “southern rap royalty” on one track!… Shout Out to anyone who understood that “Cappadonna” reference. The “game” needs more people in it who are well versed in more than just one aspect of hip hop… Why do you think I’m here 😉 …


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