DJ Paul

DJ Paul

Paul Duane Beauregard, (born January 12, 1977) better known by his stage name DJ Paul, is an American rapper, record producer, DJ, songwriter and entrepreneur from Memphis, Tennessee. He is a founding member of hip-hop group Three 6 Mafia and the younger brother of the late rapper Lord Infamous.

DJ Paul started his career in the late 1980s as a DJ and released a number of solo tapes, as well as three collaboration albums with Lord Infamous as The Serial Killaz. Juicy J was introduced and the three founded the group Three 6 Mafia, going on to achieve national success in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Their 2000 album, When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1, debuted at number six on the Billboard 200 chart and was certified platinum. Later followed by Da Unbreakables in 2003 and Most Known Unknown in 2005, both of which were commercially successful. In 2006, DJ Paul, Juicy J, Crunchy Black, and Frayser Boy won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for “It’s Hard out Here for a Pimp” from the film Hustle & Flow. Paul has also released three solo albums, and created soundtracks to two movies. He and the rest of Three 6 Mafia are known as the originators of the crunk style of music.

Aside from music, DJ Paul has been involved in a variety of business ventures, including film production and real estate. He founded his own record label Scale-A-Ton Entertainment, co-owns the fashion wear line Dangerus/Skandulus, has a collection of BBQ seasonings and is the spokesman for a legal version of the drink Sizzurp. In 2018, he co-produced the track “Talk Up” featuring JAY-Z off Drake’s 5th studio album, Scorpion.

Discography

Portrait of a Serial Killa (w/ The Serial Killers) (1992)
Da Serial Killaz (w/ The Serial Killers) (1993)
Come With Me 2 Hell (w/ Lord Infamous) (1994)
Smoked Out, Loced Out (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1994)
Come With Me 2 Hell Part 2 (w/ Lord Infamous) (1995)
Smoked Out, Loced Out (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1994)
Mystic Stylez (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1995)
Live By Yo Rep (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1995)
Chapter 1: The End (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1996)
Chapter 2: World Domination (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1997)
Body Parts (w/ Prophet Posse) (1998)
CrazyNDaLazDayz (w/ Tear Da Club Up Thugs) (1999)
Underground Vol. 1 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1999)
Underground Vol. 2 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (1999)
When the Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2000)
Underground Vol. 3 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2000)
We Never Sleep (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2000)
Three 6 Mafia Presents: Hypnotize Camp Posse (w/ Hypnotize Camp Posse) (2000)
Choices: The Album (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2001)
We Never Sleep Vol. 2 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2002)
Da Unbreakables (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2003)
We Never Sleep Vol. 3 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2004)
Choices II: The Setup (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2005)
Most Known Unknown (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2005)
Most Known Hits (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2005)
Smoked Out Music: Greatest Hits (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2006)
Prophet’s Greatest Hits (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2007)
We Never Sleep Vol. 4 (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2007)
Last 2 Walk (w/ Three 6 Mafia) (2008)
Underground Volume 16: For Da Summa (2002)
The Weigh-In (2009)
Scale-A-Ton (2009)
Too Kill Again (2010)
Pray for Forgiveness (w/ Ya Boy & Lil Lody) (2011)
For I’ve Sinned (2012)
A Person of Interest (2012)
Clash of the Titans (w/ Drumma Boy) (2013)
Black Fall (w/ Yelawolf) (2013)
6ix Commandments (w/ Da Mafia 6ix) (2013)
Volume 16: The Original Masters (2013)
Hear Sum Evil: The Mixtape (w/ Da Mafia 6ix) (2014)
Reindeer Games (w/ The Killjoy Club) (2014)
Da Light Up, Da Poe Up (2015)
Master of Evil (2015)
Watch What U Wish (w/ Da Mafia 6ix) (2015)
Mafia 4 Life (2016)
YOTS: Year of the Six Pt. 1 (2016)
YOTS: Year of the Six Pt. 2 (2016)
Da Reason: Thank Me Later (2017)
Underground Volume 17: For Da Summa (2017)
Power, Pleasure & Painful Things (2019)

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