In light of the recent success of their MTV reality show, "Adventures In Hollyhood," Three 6 Mafia are now pushing back the release date of their latest album. Meanwhile, former member Crunchy Black prepares for a solo disc of his own.
The group's forthcoming studio album Last 2 Walk was originally slated for an April release before being delayed until May. Now, the duo's latest set is scheduled to hit stores on July 3 in an effort to better work around the group's reality show, which premiered last month on MTV.
Last 2 Walk will be the follow-up disc to 2005's Most Known Unknowns, which featured the hits "Stay Fly" and "Poppin' My Collar." The new record boasts a healthy list of guest appearances including Lyfe Jennings, Paul Wall, 8Ball & MJG, Akon, The Game, Lil' Jon and Lil' Wayne. The disc also features Houston's Chamillionaire, who makes an appearance on the album's lead single "Doe Boy Fresh," which is currently receiving both national radio and video airplay.
In related news, former member Crunchy Black is also set to release a solo album entitled From Me To You on June 12. The album will be released through the Hypnotize Minds/Asylum imprint and will feature new songs as well as "chopped and screwed" cuts from the Memphis rapper.