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Last 2 Walk


Download links and information about Last 2 Walk by Three 6 Mafia. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:15:26 minutes.

Artist: Three 6 Mafia
Release date: 2008
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Rap
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:15:26
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No. Title Length
1. Intro (Slappin' Ma Brubba's Skin) 1:07
2. I Told 'Em 3:21
3. Trap Boom (feat. Project Pat) 3:08
4. Playstation 4:04
5. I Got (feat. Pimp C and Project Pat) 3:47
6. I'd Rather (feat. Unk) 4:47
7. That's Right (feat. Akon) 2:56
8. Corner Man 3:15
9. Weed, Blow, Pills 3:19
10. DSX Talk 0:44
11. Hood Star (feat. Lyfe Jennings) 3:09
12. Get Ya Rob (feat. Project Pat) 3:46
13. On Some Chrome (feat. Unk) 4:13
14. Rollin' ( feat. Lil' Wyte) 3:33
15. Click Bang 3:36
16. My Own Way (feat. Good Charlotte) 3:31
17. Dirty Bitch (feat. Project Pat) 3:26
18. First 48 (feat. Project Pat, Spanish Fly, Al Kapone, Eightball & MJG) 4:38
19. Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body) [Intro] 0:16
20. Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body) [feat. Project Pat, Young D & Superpower] 4:11
21. My Own Way (Clean Remix) 3:33
22. Bunch of Dat 2:59
23. Built Like Dat (feat. Project Pat) 4:07



Memphis’ Three 6 Mafia were legends in their hometown long before they achieved worldwide renown, almost overnight, with their unexpected 2006 Oscar victory. DJ Paul, Juicy J and a vast supporting cast of Memphis MCs, most notably the recently departed Crunchy Black and Lord Infamous, have been releasing glowering underground rap thick with slasher-flick ambiance at a breakneck pace since their emergence in the early '90s. Considering their once formidable work ethic it comes as something of a surprise that Dj Paul and Juicy J have taken two years to release Last 2 Walk, the follow-up to 2006’s breakthrough Most Known Unknowns. Those who feared this unusual delay signaled that Paul and Juicy J were creatively spent are happily mistaken. Last 2 Walk is in every way a worthy successor to classics like Da Unbreakables and Mystic Styles, and tracks like “On Some Chrome” and “Corner Man” contain enough sweaty Memphis goodness to keep longtime Three 6 Mafia fans happy. Despite some missteps here and there, it's another solid entry in Three 6 Mafia’s massive discography.