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Intl’ Players Anthem Was Originally Three 6 Mafia & UGK Song Before Label Gave It To Outkast #news

Juicy J produced UGK and Outkast’s INTL Players Anthem and describes how it was originally a Three 6 Mafia Mafia song

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