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Three 6 Mafia Tears the Club up at the Fillmore

Three 6 Mafia Tears the Club up at the Fillmore

Dorothy Harris

March 10th, 2020

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Juicy J Photos By Idalis Richardson

The Fillmore was bumping this past Saturday night when Denver was graced with the presence of the Memphis Crunk gods Three 6 Mafia. Joining them was Hunid Rack 6 with Faasst Mafia and Lil Wyte. The auditorium was definitely packed full of hip-hop heads ready to tear the club up.

The Openers

DJ Top Shelf started the night off by getting the crowd warmed up with hip-hop classics throughout the decades. Spanning from Snoop Dogg’s “Drop it like it’s hot,” to Roddy Ricch’s “Box;”. He was certainly playing a song for every group of age ranges in the room. Coming out in between performers at times, Alabama native DJ Top Shelf was one of the highlights of the night. 

Up next was local hip-hop group Hunid Rack 6 with Fasstt Mafia whose flow brought the audience to another wavelength. Being the only natives to Colorado, Fasstt Mafia connected to the crowd on a different level as they embodied Denver hip-hop, something that had not been represented that night. However, it was during this time that the crowd began to yearn for what they came for and began chanting “Ma-fi-a” seemingly to Fasstt Mafia. Then, he went on to perform two more songs.

Last but not least to take the stage before Three 6 Mafia was Lil Wyte whose rowdy energy brought the crowd up to where they belong with that Memphis Mafia demeanor. Which had the auditorium rapping back all the lyrics and had people pumped for what was to come. Lil Wyte is an acclaimed rapper in his own right. He was signed by Three 6 Mafia in the early 2000s. Shortly after, he came out with his popular debut 2003 album Doubt Me Now.

Mafia members Juicy J and DJ  Paul walked out to scattered exhilaration when they took the Fillmore stage as fans stomped over each other with eagerness to see the men. The Crunk legends running out with all the freshness we remember hopped into the show with the 1999 hit “Slob on my Knoband the crowd went wild. J and Paul seemed to feed off the ravenous energy, beckoning the crowd to get that much more rambunctious. In return, making Mafias presence on stage even bigger. It was obvious to see that they both still enjoy being on stage having a good time with each other and the fans. Later they went on to perform classics “Bin Laden” (2003) and “Tear Da Club Up” (1997). The nostalgia from the notorious hip-hop group had the auditorium reveling in frenzied ecstasy as the whole room succumbed to the chaos.

Conclusion

Aside from the fights that disrupted within the crowd several times during the night, the show was a success. For a lot of people in the room, it was a walk down memory lane, a chance to reminisce over the rowdy and try— however, to never forgot years of their past. Overall, it was a thrilling performance that filled the Fillmore with intensity and madness. Three 6 Mafia is currently on tour and will show up next to the Agora Theatre in Cleveland, Ohio.


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