Three 6 Mafia Top Songs
Three 6 Mafia Top Songs. Three 6 Mafia introduced the world to the Memphis sound in the nineties. Let’s get into some of their top songs.
Top 5 Songs By Three 6 Mafia
Three 6 Mafia Top Songs. Sadly, the devastating news spread earlier today about Gangsta Boo. She was a member of the famed Memphis group.
Three Six Mafia rose to fame circa 1995 with their debut album Mystic Stylez. Throughout the years, the group released hit songs like Tear Da Club Up, Side to Side, and Sippin’ on Some Syrup.
Of course, they gained a huge following while simultaneously putting Memphis on the map.
Well, let’s show some love by recognizing some of their top 5 songs and a few lyrics from each one:
Songs And Quotable Lyrics
- Riding’ Spinners feat. Lil Flip (2000):
“Put the pedal to the metal then STOP. Take another sip from the syrup then STOP. Let my seat back, drop the top then STOP. See something sexy spot that ass I gotta STOP.”
Sippin’ on Some Syrup feat Project Pat & UGK (2000):
“Niggas scared to flaunt it, some niggas, they want it, want it. Some niggas, they joning, joning, but I be fucked up up on it. We’re with the Mafia 6, and we ain’t ’bout that bullshit. If we gon’ get high, we gon’ get high, and we gon’ house a bitch.”
- Tear the Club Up (1997)
“We tearin’ the club up, gettin’ buck haters try to call it rough. They better call security, bring them straight jackets and handcuffs. Ain’t takin’ it, ain’t takin’ it the clutches I be breakin’ it. And rippin’ off the bosses and tossin’ them to the floor, bricks.”
- Hit a Muthafucka (1997):
“I bet you won’t. Hit a motherfucker, hit a motherfucker (Bitch). Hit a motherfucker, hit a motherfucker. I bet you won’t. Push a motherfucker, push a motherfucker (Hoe)Push a motherfucker, push a motherfucker. I bet you won’t.”
- Slob on My Knob (1999):
“Slob on my knob, like corn on the cob. Check in with me, and do your job. Lay on the bed, and give me head. Don’t have to ask, don’t have to beg.”
It goes without saying that the Mafia plays a huge role in introducing us to the crunk sound. And southern hip-hop in general.
They’re forever etched on the Memphis Mount Rushmore of Hip Hop. We continue to keep everyone in our thoughts and prayers. Stay tuned for updates!