Three 6 Mafia members Juicy J and DJ Paul are set to release two new solo albums within a month of each other.
Js new project, Hustle Till I Die, is slated to feature Three 6s trademark production sound, and serve as a follow-up to 2002s Chronicles of the Juice Man.
According to Juicy Js promotion team, the album will give listeners something to ride out to.
The first single is 30 Inches, a dedication track to the rappers favorite car, with the vehicle personified as a woman.
The production features a looped sample of the soulful, 1976 OJays track Darlin Darlin Baby.
DJ Paul is also putting the finishing touches on his solo effort, titled Scale-A-Ton.
In a recent Youtube clip, Paul confirmed that his brother Lord Infamous is still a member of Three 6 and will contribute to his upcoming LP.
He helped build Three 6 Mafia, and create Three 6 Mafia, Paul explained. Lord was just going through some things, and he had to get that together. We got it together now. Were going to be back in the lab working.
Currently, work is being done to finalize a promotional tour aptly titled the Keep It Hood Tour.
In addition to Three 6, the tour is slated to feature Project Pat and Lil Wyte.
At press time, DJ Pauls Scale-A-Ton will be released on May 5, and Juicy Js Hustle Till I Die on June 2.