DJ Paul was a founding member of Three 6 Mafia and continued with the group when it became Da Mafia 6ix sans Juicy J.
DJ Paul announced last year that Gangsta Boo left Da Mafia 6ix.
“It would be hard to do,” he says. “It would be real hard to do, but you can’t have it all.”
He says that at this point in time, the members have each developed their own identity and part of the difficulty would be finding a unifying sound.
“These days everybody’s style has changed so much,” he says. “I don’t think that everybody would agree on the style of the songs that would be chosen.”
DJ Paul says that the group has lost touch with each other more than just musically.
“A lot of people haven’t talked to each other in a long time,” he says. “Now I can’t speak for everybody, but I can say that I’m still cool with everybody. I still talk to J [Juicy J], I still talk to Koop [Koopsta Knicca], I talk to [Gangsta] Boo here and there, and I still talk to Crunchy [Black]. A lot of those guys haven’t talked in years. So, I can’t say what their situation would be like.”
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