#DXCLUSIVE: Seed Of 6ix Reinvent The Nightmare Of "Up" / "Paris" Videos

HipHop News Posted on October 23, 2018 at 8:00am

#DXCLUSIVE: Seed Of 6ix Reinvent The Nightmare Of "Up" / "Paris" Videos

"We believe that this would be the perfect way to present the unreleased visual for our previous project," says the Lord Infamous

Memphis, TN – With Halloween just around the corner, it was logical that the Seed of 6ix offers up to double the dose of the death of music to celebrate.

The trio — which consists of DJ Paul's nephew Locodunit and Lil Infamous have joined forces with HipHopDX for the rollout of their "Up" / "Paris" double feature.

"We are always working, either by putting your voice to a song, making beats, shooting videos, etc," Crazy tells DX about the videos' infernal origins. "A couple of months ago, we shot videos of some songs out of our Juniors mixtape, just to make the videos. So, recently we were shooting videos for our new Triad Dark of the release, and we thought it would be a good idea to combine the videos to show what we do. I'm pretty sure that the followers will thank you!

Lil Infamous chimes in, "we believe that this would be the perfect way to present the unreleased visual for our previous project. We want to keep our fans are focused on their new material, as well as giving them something unexpected. Both the songs have also a rough environment, so that they complement each other well."

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Real-deal Memphis 90 Shit!!!!!! Kills us!!! #Video Dropping This Week!!! Prod by @Locodunit & @djpaulkom ....#DarkTriad Tringle Fall For Halloween!!! Directed By @gfxkid The Great!!! ⚡️⚡️🔥🔥😈🔥🔥⚡️⚡️ #slumafia #ScaleAton E N T #WeGotTheBeats @lil_infamous

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The above-mentioned Triad Dark should serve as a good bridge to the Three 6 fans — new and old — for the King of Memphis will be very instrumental in the project.

"It's called Dark Triad, and has three hard new songs produced by DJ Paul and I," Locodunit explains. "It's going to be on all platforms all over the world, and the fall of Halloween is very special, because the Lord Infamous – Rest in Peace – and DJ Paul anniversary in the rap, so it was an h

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