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Hypnotize Camp Posse

Hypnotize Minds
Parent company Sony
Founded 1994
Founder DJ Paul & Juicy J of Three 6 Mafia
Distributor(s) Columbia
Genre Hip hop
Country of origin U.S.

Hypnotize Minds (originally named Prophet Entertainment) is a record label started by the Memphis rap group Three 6 Mafia.

This record label has consisted of an extended collective of rappers around in-house producers DJ Paul and Juicy J. Its central group is Three 6 Mafia, which features DJ Paul and Juicy J, the group formerly include Lord Infamous, Koopsta Knicca, and Crunchy Black. The rap collective now includes only Project Pat and Lil Wyte. Due to legal issues, the label has been inactive since 2011 and this has further been the case due to the formation of Lil' Wyte's Wyte Music label and also DJ Paul's Scale-A-Ton Entertainment.

Because the group has been heavily involved in Three 6 Mafia productions, it has started careers for many rappers from Memphis, however the family has had several falling-outs with other rappers from the Memphis area. They have released albums under the names Prophet Posse, Hypnotize Camp Posse, Tear da Club Up Thugs and Da Headbussaz, and are heavily featured on Three 6 Mafia projects.


Current artists

Hypnotized Minds Imprint of Artist

  • Hollywood J "J-Green" (2010–Present)

Former artists

  • Lord Infamous (1994-2004) - Lord Infamous was released from the label due to being incarcerated in 2004, there was much obscurity to his disappearance from the label as it was never formally announced by DJ Paul or Juicy J. Lord Infamous was an original member of Three 6 Mafia and featured on all of the group's releases up until the 2003 release of Da Unbreakables. He is now a member of the new group Da Mafia 6ix.
  • Koopsta Knicca (1994-2000) - Koopsta Knicca was another original member of Three 6 Mafia released from the label due to breach of his contract with Sony. He was incarcerated many times and missed many photo shoots, interviews and music videos because of this. He was another original member of the group and his last performances on an album under the label were featured on the 2000 release When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1. He is now a member of the new group Da Mafia 6ix.
  • Crunchy Black (1995-2006) - Crunchy Black was originally hired by Three 6 Mafia as a dancer for the original four members of the group and during the release of 1995's Mystic Stylez made his transition into a rapper. He featured during the group's Academy Award win and also the platinum release Most Known Unknown. He left the group due to disputes with DJ Paul and Juicy J over the use of his music for their Most Unknown album and also dispute due to underpayment. Black is now a member of the new group Da Mafia 6ix.
  • Gangsta Boo (1995-2001) - Left to pursue a solo career and also converted to Christianity for a brief period of time, she changed her alias to Lady Boo during this period. Lord Infamous claimed she left due to being jealous of the fact her album didn't sell. Her last feature on a Three 6 Mafia was the 2001 release Choices: The Album. She released two solo albums on the label. She is now a member of the new group Da Mafia 6ix.
  • Playa Fly (1994-1995) - Playa Fly was kicked off the label due to apparent drug issues, at the time her performed under the alias "Lil' Fly" and collaborated multiple times with Three 6 Mafia during their earlier days. Fly did not leave the label on good terms and released the infamous "Triple Bitch Mafia" song, which Three 6 Mafia responded to, the beef has died down in recent years however there are still grudges being held.
  • Lil' Glock & S.O.G. (1994-1996) - From the Ridgegrove area of Memphis, they were close friends of Juicy J and Project Pat, they were incarcerated after a robbery, Lil' Glock now goes under the alias Ridgegrove Glock. Glock served 12 years in prison, while S.O.G. served 2 years, they never returned to the label despite releasing an underground album in 1994.
  • M.C. Mack (1994-2000) - M.C. Mack was a close friend of Juicy J and a member of The Kaze/Killa Klan Kaze. Released one album in The Kaze group under the label in 1996, he and Scanman left the label when the label changed to Hypnotize Minds.
  • Scanman (1994-2000) - Another member of The Kaze and Killa Klan Kaze, he and M.C. Mack still collaborated on their new label that they have founded. Left the same time as M.C. Mack from the label. He has yet to release a solo album in his career.
  • K-Rock (1994-1998) - K-Rock was a member of the Killa Klan Kaze along with M.C. Mack and Scanman, however he joined T-Rock to create Da Rocafellaz group instead and was replaced by Project Pat. He left the label before Da Rocafellaz were ever able to release an album.
  • Kingpin Skinny Pimp (1994-1996) - Released one album on the label entitled King of Da Playaz ball. Skinny Pimp was only signed to the label for one year as he had a one year contract with the option to extend, however he chose not extend his contract and left the label. There was also many disputes regarding finance and like Playa Fly, Skinny Pimp has dissed Three 6 Mafia on songs on numerous occasions. His album is often regarded as a classic album from the label.
  • Gangsta Blac (1994-1997) - Released an album on the label, entitled Can It Be?, he is Playa Fly's cousin. He left the group in 1997 after appearing on Three 6 Mafia's The End album. He is from the South Park Way area of Memphis. Money disputes and issues between the group and his cousin were the reason for his release from the label.
  • M-Child (1996-1999) - He left the group without ever releasing an album despite appearances of many other of the label's releases. He was good friends with Gangsta Blac and Juicy J, he collaborated often with M.C. Mack and Scanman after leaving the label and was even signed to KamiKaze Inc for a brief period of time.
  • Indo G (1996-1998) - Indo G released one album on the label entitled Angel Dust. He was well known before joining the label as he used to rap in the group known as Indo G and Lil Blunt. He was known as one of the most talented rappers on the label however he left the group to join up with Nick Scarfo's new Prophet Entertainment label and pursue a solo career.
  • Droopy Drew Dog (1997-1998) - Featured on a few posse songs during his time signed to the label, left the label due to known unknown reasons and many fans feared he was dead until he appeared on a Tommy Wright III album in 2003. He had one of the most unique voices and styles to be featured within the camp and is regarded as a very talented rapper.
  • T-Rock (1998-2001) - Left due to money disputes and issues with DJ Paul & Juicy J. An album of his was released by the label in 2003, despite him no longer being signed to the label. He has collaborated with Lord Infamous many times after leaving the group and is one of the few artists not from Memphis to be signed to the label.
  • Nigga Creep (1998-2000) - Juicy J and Project Pat's cousin, his real name was Clinton Brady, he was signed to DJ Sound's label and appeared on many Frayser Click albums. He was also from Ridgecrest in Memphis and was shot and killed there in 2000, not little has been said about his death and it is largely a mystery.
  • La Chat (1995, 2000-2002) - The only female aside from Gangsta Boo to be signed to the label. Released on album during her time on the album. She left the label due to money disputes and has collaborated on numerous occasions with Gangsta Boo on her solo albums.
  • Frayser Boy (2002-2008) - Frayser Boy was a close friend on Koopsta Knicca and he taught Frayser Boy how to rap and write rhymes. He released three albums under the label and won and Academy Award with DJ Paul and Juicy J. He is now signed to Lil' Wyte's label Wyte Music.
  • Chrome (2003-2005, 2006) - Left due to promotion issues on his second album Project Landlord, his first album; Straight to the Pros, is considered by many to be a classic album. He is Kingpin Skinny Pimp's cousin.
  • Boogiemane (2005-2006) - Was supposed to release an album entitled "Out Da Closet" however this never happened as he was released from the label along with Crunchy Black as they were close friends.
  • Grandaddy Souf (2005) - He was only on the label for a matter of months and never released any material aside from being featured on "Body Parts 3" on the Most Known Unknown album in 2005. He is still on good terms with the group.
  • Yung D (2008-2009) - He left the label due to wanting to go in a different direction with his music, he was originally supposed to release an album entitled "Beyond the Glory" but this never happened.

List of Current Lineups

Three 6 Mafia

  • DJ Paul
  • Juicy J

Da Mafia 6ix

  • DJ Paul
  • Lord Infamous
  • Koopsta Knicca
  • Crunchy Black
  • Gangsta Boo

Hypnotize Camp Posse

  • DJ Paul
  • Juicy J
  • Lord Infamous
  • Crunchy Black
  • Lil Wyte
  • Frayser Boy
  • Tommy Saunders

List of past line-ups

Prophet Posse

  • Three 6 Mafia (DJ Paul, Juicy J, Lord Infamous, Koopsta Knicca & Crunchy Black)
  • Killa Klan Kaze (MC Mack, Scanman, Project Pat and formerly K-Rock)
  • Droopy Drew Dog
  • M-Child
  • Da Rockafellaz (K-Rock & T-Rock)
  • Nigga Creep
  • Indo G
  • Gangsta Blac
  • Kingpin Skinny Pimp
  • Playa Fly
  • Lil Glock & S.O.G.

Tear da Club Up Thugs

Hypnotize Camp Posse

  • DJ Paul
  • Juicy J
  • Lord Infamous
  • Koopsta Knicca
  • Crunchy Black
  • Gangsta Boo
  • Project Pat
  • La Chat
  • Lil Wyte
  • Frayser Boy
  • T-Rock
  • The Kaze (M.C. Mack & Scanman)
  • Yung D
  • Chrome
  • Boogiemane
  • Grandaddy Souf
  • Tommy Saunders



Three 6 Mafia - Mystic Stylez

Three 6 Mafia - Live By Yo Rep


Kingpin Skinny Pimp - King of Da Playaz Ball

Gangsta Blac - Can It Be?

Three 6 Mafia - Chapter 1: The End


Three 6 Mafia - Chapter 2: World Domination


Prophet Posse - Body Parts

Indo G - Angel Dust

The Kaze - Kamikaze Timez Up

Gangsta Boo - Enquiring Minds


Tear Da Club Up Thugs - CrazyNDaLazDayz

Project Pat - Ghetty Green

Koopsta Knicca - Da Devil's Playground: Underground Solo


Hypnotize Camp Posse - Three 6 Mafia Presents: Hypnotize Camp Posse

Three 6 Mafia - When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1

Project Pat - Murderers & Robbers


Project Pat - Mista Don't Play: Everythangs Workin'

Three 6 Mafia - More Mystic Stylez: The First Album

Gangsta Boo - Both Worlds *69

Three 6 Mafia - Choices: The Album

La Chat - Murder She Spoke


DJ Paul - Underground Volume 16: For Da Summa

Juicy J - Chronicles of the Juice Man

Project Pat - Layin' da Smack Down

Da Headbusaz - Dat's How It Happen To'M


T-Rock - Rock Solid/4:20

Lil Wyte - Doubt Me Now

Three 6 Mafia - Da Unbreakables

Frayser Boy - Gone On That Bay

Project Pat - Mix Tape: The Appeal

Three 6 Mafia - Da Unbreakables (Screwed & Chopped)


Frayser Boy - Gone On That Bay (Dragged & Chopped)

Lil Wyte - Doubt Me Now (Dragged & Chopped)

Juicy J - Chronicles of the Juiceman (Dragged & Chopped)

DJ Paul - Underground 16: For Da Summa (Dragged & Chopped)

Lil Wyte - Phinally Phamous


Lil Wyte - Phinally Phamous (Dragged & Chopped)

Frayser Boy - Me Being Me

Three 6 Mafia - Choices II: The Setup

Three 6 Mafia - Most Known Unknown

Chrome - Straight to the Pros

Chrome - Straight to the Pros (Dragged N Chopped)

Three 6 Mafia - Most Known Hits

Three 6 Mafia - Most Known Unknown (Screwed And Chopped: Swisha House Remix)


Crunchy Black - On My Own

Project Pat - Crook By Da Book: The Fed Story


Lil Wyte - The One and Only

Crunchy Black - From Me To You

Project Pat: What Cha Starin' At?: Mixtape

Project Pat - Walkin Bank Roll


Frayser Boy - Da Key

Three 6 Mafia - Last 2 Walk

Chrome - Project Landlord


Project Pat - Real Recognize Real

DJ Paul - Scale-A-Ton

Juicy J - Hustle Till I Die

Lil Wyte - The Bad Influence


SNO - Year Round

Project Pat - Loud Pack


Lil Wyte - Still Doubted


Lil Wyte - No Filter

Music videography

For a Three 6 Mafia music videography, see Three 6 Mafia.
  • Three 6 Mafia's Tear Da Club Up '97
  • Three 6 Mafia's Hit a Mutha Fucka
  • Three 6 Mafia's Late Night Tip
  • Three 6 Mafia's Who Run It
  • Three 6 Mafia's Sippin On Some Syzzurp
  • Three 6 Mafia's Tongue Ring
  • Three 6 Mafia's 2-Way Freak
  • Three 6 Mafia's Baby Mama
  • Three 6 Mafia's Ridin Spinners
  • Three 6 Mafia's Ghetto Chick
  • Three 6 Mafia's Who I Iz
  • Three 6 Mafia's Stay Fly
  • Three 6 Mafia's Poppin My Collar
  • Three 6 Mafia's Side 2 Side
  • Three 6 Mafia's Side 2 Side Expicit Version
  • Three 6 Mafia's Doe Boy Fresh
  • Three 6 Mafia's I'd Rather
  • Three 6 Mafia's Lolli Lolli (Pop That Body)
  • Three 6 Mafia's Lil Freak (Ugh Ugh Ugh)
  • Three 6 Mafia's Shake My
  • Three 6 Mafia's Feel It
  • Three 6 Mafia's Shots After Shots
  • Project Pat's Ballers
  • Project Pat's Chickenhead
  • Project Pat's Don't Save Her
  • Project Pat's Make Dat Azz Clap
  • Project Pat's Good Googly Moogly
  • Project Pat's Raised In The Projects
  • Project Pat's Don't Call Me No Mo
  • Project Pat's Keep It Hood
  • Gangsta Boo's Where Dem Dollas At?
  • Gangsta Boo's Love Dont Live (U Abandon Me)
  • La Chat's You Ain't Mad Iz Ya
  • Indo G's Remember Me Ballin
  • Kingpin Skinny Pimp's One Life To Live
  • Lil Wyte's I Sho Will
  • Lil Wyte's Talkin' Ain't Walkin
  • Frayser Boy's I Got That Drank
  • Yung D's Damn/ What Chu Think
  • DJ Kay Slay's Who Gives A Fuck Where U From


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