Three Six Mafia Juicy J DJ Paul
Three Six Mafia Juicy J DJ Paul
(Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)

Three 6 Mafia Announces U.S. Reunion Tour Dates

Three Six Mafia Juicy J DJ Paul (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic, Inc)

The iconic Memphis group plans to hit six cities.

Three 6 Mafia announces they'll be reuniting for a few concerts throughout the U.S.

According to Billboard, Juicy J and DJ Paul will headline a tour consisting of stops in Denver, Minneapolis, Cleveland, New Orleans, Charlotte and St. Louis. 

Paul released an official statement on the tour sharing the following:

"The Mafia back on the slab. This a must see! We want everyone to come and be a part of history. We have been one of the most hits makin' -- most influential groups of all times! We'll have more dates announced soon, [but] we need all real Mafia fans to tap in and turn up! Go grab some Hypnotize Minds gear and don’t meet me there, beat me there!"

Three 6 Mafia will also headline the Beale Street Festival in Memphis their hometown in May.  Additionally, more tour dates will be announced later this year. Juicy J added a comment on the upcoming reunion of the group, “Three 6 Mafia is back together in 2020 - we’re about to light it up. Grab y’all tix now and come see the Oscar Award winners, Three 6 Mafia live!"

In case you need a refresher John Singleton’s indie film Hustle & Flow featured “It’s Hard Out Here For A Pimp” which won Best Song at the 2006 Academy Awards. This was the first time a rap song ever took home a win in this category. If you’re wondering what happened to the other group members Darnell "Crunchy Black" Carlton and Cedric “Frayser Boy” Coleman, Three 6 Mafia disbanded as a group back in 2008. This was after the album Last 2 Walk dropped.