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Il gruppo fu fondato nel 1991 da tre afroamericani, DJ Paul (Paul Beauregard), Juicy J (Jordan Houston) e Lord Infamous (Ricky Dunigan). Il nome iniziale per il gruppo era Backyard Posse, che cambiò poi in Triple Six Mafia. Il gruppo si formò attraverso la pubblicazione di EP dalla loro etichetta discografica con Nicky Scarfo, Prophet Entertainment, creando poi la loro etichetta Hypnotize Minds Records; all'inizio della loro carriera aiutarono molti artisti hip-hop ad emergere. Essendosi evoluti notevolmente come gruppo, avendo… ulteriori informazioni

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  • i agree goat
  • as a matter of fact I'd argue 3 6's good output exceeds wu-tang's tbh - as a group Wu-Tang had a stone cold classic debut, a great follow up and then pretty much nothing but mediocrity, while all first 4 triple 6 albums + underground vol comps are awesome. Over half the members of the wu-tang made classics by their own (even though a lot were one album wonders) but the same can be said for triple 6 (including the one album wonders unfortunately). Plus Da Mafia 6ix and Juicy's solo output are still rocking - No one on Wu-Tang is doing anything interesting these days.
  • they really didn't "turn into shit" they just went in a more cliche direction. later stuff isn't terrible by any means, its just not ultraviolent or dark like the early days.
  • just a couple? pretty sure they got a catalog rivaling wu tang with all the classic solo material they put out
  • Too bad they turned into shit after a couple of cool releases.
  • SUCK A NIGGA DICK!
  • BITCH I 'AIN YA FUCKING FRIEND, I'LL DO YO ASS IN
  • 666!!!!!!!!
  • BREAK THE LAW, BREAK THE LAW, BREAK THE LAW, BREAK THE LAW, BREAK THE LAW

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