Freeload: Three 6 Mafia f. Project Pat, Spanish Fly, Al Kapone, Eightball & MJG, “First 48”


Triple Six's long-delayed Last 2 Walk finally came out this past Tuesday, and it's precisely as disappointing as an entire season of Adventures in Hollyhood would lead you to expect. Are these guys in a competition with Cam to see who can fall off harder from their mid-decade heights? And if we follow that thought to it's logical conclusion, does that make Crunchy Black the Jim Jones of Hypnotize Minds? We're babbling, sorry. Still, the disc does have an inspired moment or two. "First 48" is a haunted house collaboration between Memphis old heads that doubles as an-all FADER posse cut, with
Juice and Paul (F34) alongside Project Pat and Spanish Fly (both in F40), Al Kapone (F31), and Eightball & MJG (F37). The other keeper on the LP is "Rollin," where Lil Wyte raps about ecstasy over a piano riff that sounds like the outro to a Faith No More song, but we couldn't plug back issues if we linked that one.









Download: Three 6 Mafia f. Project Pat, Spanish Fly, Al Kapone, Eightball & MJG, "First 48"

Freeload: Three 6 Mafia f. Project Pat, Spanish Fly, Al Kapone, Eightball & MJG, “First 48”