Juicy J's father is a preacher.
They have been in the music business since 1991.
Members La Chat and Gangsta Boo left the group to pursue solo careers.
In December of 2006, Three 6 Mafia contributed the song "It's A Fight" to the soundtrack of the movie Rocky Balboa.
Member Crunchy Black left because he wanted to make a solo album.
The name Three 6 Mafia comes from the history of the group. It started off with three members and ended up with six.
Three 6 Mafia's name has been a topic of controversy because of some people's belief that their name refers to the number of the devil (666).
In 1995, Three 6 Mafia accused Cleveland group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony of stealing its style.
Their early sound was a mix of both crunk and horrorcore.
They are the first hip hop group to win an Academy Award.
In 2000, member Koopsta Knicca left due to a monetary dispute.
Their labels are Hypnotize Minds, Columbia, Sony, Loud, Relativity, and Prophet.
The original name for the hip hop group was Backyard Posse.
Their associated acts are Hypnotize Camp Posse, Tear the Club Up Thugs, Da Headbussaz, Lil Wyte, 8 Ball & MJG, Project Pat, Kia Shine, Lord Infamous, and Indo G.
Their former members are:
Kingpin Skinny Pimp
Lil Glock & S.O.G.
Most of their music was influenced by southern hip-hop group, N.W.A.
Juicy J: Back then in the '90s, nobody knew who we were. We had to get ourselves out there and be known; put something that would draw attention, and it did.