Three 6 Mafia’s reunion tour has already sparked discussion about a potential album. Prior to the legendary crew’s performance at Atlanta’s One Musicfest, TMZ asked DJ Paul about the possibility of the group hitting the studio to record new music.
“As far as an album, we’ll see if we can get it done,” he said. “[The tour], it’s a start … you shouldn’t hold your breath for nothing.”
He added, “You never know, you never know. Once we get through these shows, we’ll see if we can sit in a room together and make beats.”
Three 6 Mafia’s performance at the One Musicfest on Saturday (September 7) was the first time all of the living members took the stage together in almost two decades. Paul, Gangsta Boo and Crunchy Black previously did shows with the late Lord Infamous and Koopsta Knicca as Da Mafia 6ix, but Juicy J wasn’t involved in that version of the group.
Paul, Juicy, Boo and Crunchy’s next gig, the Loud Records 25th anniversary show, is scheduled to take place in Newark, New Jersey on October 11.
The following day (October 12), the group will travel to Southaven, Mississippi — located just outside of their hometown of Memphis — for a concert featuring fellow members of the Hypnotize Camp Posse as well as DMX and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony.
Check out footage of Three 6 Mafia’s reunion performance in Atlanta below.