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8 thoughts on “ Break Da Law 95 - Three-6 Mafia* - Mystic Stylez (CD, Album) ”

  1. Three 6 Mafia - Break Da Law '95' Close. Posted by u/[deleted] 2 years ago. Archived. mafia. I downloaded a "triple six mafia" discog from frostwire probably , listened to those burned cd's for years. with the direction hip hop is taking, i wonder if alot of other people did this? In my small town i felt like i was the only one who.
  2. Tha Three 6 Mafia real niggas know Slaw in Memphis Tennessee We down to break da law bitch.. [Chorus] Break da law, break da law Comin up from the back buckin' niggas down Comin comin up from the back buckin' niggas down Comin up from the back buckin' niggas down Cause when you duck we hit you with the bat [DJ Paul] Pass me tha Glock so I.
  3. Three 6 Mafia Mystic Stylez Break Da Law '95 Chorus Break da law, break da law (DJ Paul) Nigga recognize tha Triple 6 shit It's so fuckin' thick We gotta lay it down We gotta spray We gotta break ya bitch Comin' up stays on my mind So we gotta drop a busta A playa hatin' nigga or a crooked cop Run up If ya wanna It aint no thang I put my gun up.
  4. May 15,  · Album: Three 6 Mafia - Mystic Stylez () 50+ videos Play all Mix - Three 6 Mafia - Break Da Law '95 YouTube; Break Da Law (feat. Three 6 Mafia) - Duration:
  5. Watch the video for Break Da Law '95' from Three 6 Mafia's Mystic Stylez for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. The album includes the classics “Break Da Law ‘95”, “Now I’m High Pt. 3”, the violent Bone Thugs-n-Harmony diss record “Live By Yo Rep” and one of most known Three 6 Mafia songs.
  7. In May , Three 6 Mafia made their debut with Mystic Stylez. Although the album would not be the one to break them in mainstream hip-hop, Mystic Stylez was a groundbreaking rap record that.
  8. There isn't a bad song on the album, but my favorite tracks are Break da Law, Da Summa, Live By Yo Rep, Now I'm High, Big Bizness, and the self titled track. Three 6 Mafia's debut is slept on by a lot. I highly recommend this album for fans of early southern rap, horrorcore fans, and even for hip hop heads that are trying to expand their taste/5(88).

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