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Project Pat

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Don't Save Her (feat. Crunchy Black) Project Pat, Crunchy Black 04:19
Life We Live (feat. Namond Lumpkin & Edgar Fletcher) Project Pat, Namond Lumpkin, Edgar Fletcher 04:14
Ski Mask (feat. Crunchy Black) Project Pat, Crunchy Black 04:30
Take Da Charge Project Pat 03:07
Chickenhead (feat. Three 6 Mafia & La Chat) Project Pat, Three 6 Mafia, La Chat 04:13
Choose U Project Pat 02:58
Ballers (feat. Juvenile, The Big Tymers, Hot Boyz & Three 6 Mafia) Project Pat, Juvenile, The Big Tymers, Hot Boyz 04:01
I Ain't Payem Shit Project Pat 02:49
If You Ain't From My Hood (feat. Juicy J & DJ Paul) Project Pat, Juicy J, DJ Paul 04:56
Gold Shine (feat. Three 6 Mafia) Project Pat, Three 6 Mafia 03:55

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Project Pat is an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee and is a co-founder of rap group The Kaze and the older brother of Juicy J of the Three 6 Mafia. He featured on their track 'Sippin' on Some Syrup' and affiliated himself with the group throughout his early career.

His 2000 single 'Chickenhead' became a massive hit the following year, gaining airplay across the USA and bringing Dirty South-style rap to the consciousness of the nation. On the back of this success, his third album 'Mista Don't Play: Everythang's Workin'' (2001) reached the top five.

A number of legal scrambles plagued his career following his initial success, after Pat committed a series of felonies. Despite this, his creative output was prolific and there was plenty to keep his fan base entertained, including mixtapes and full-length albums. Upon signing with major label Asylum, he released 'Real Recognise Real' in 2009. This garnered another hit single in the form of 'Keep It Hood' and a series of mixtapes entitled 'Street God'.