Of the numerous hardcore rappers to emerge from Memphis through the later ’90s, Task Pat stood tall amid his peers. His affiliation using the Three 6 Mafia collective released him to numerous listeners, specifically after he was highlighted for the group’s strike tune “Sippin’ on Some Syrup” in 2000. However Task Pat (delivered Patrick Houston, sibling to Three 6 Mafia creator Juicy J) produced his tag on a lot of America with popular tune of his very own a year afterwards, “Chickenhead.” The tune — which features creation by Juicy J and DJ Paul alongside vocals by La’ Chat — became a Dirty South anthem in 2001 and propelled Pat’s third record, Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin, in to the Best Five. Rap music got long been an integral part of Pat’s lifestyle before he soared to nationwide fame in the first 2000s. His sibling, Juicy J, co-founded important Memphis hardcore rap group Three 6 Mafia through the early ’90s. Though under no circumstances an official person in the group, Pat associated himself using the Mafia, showing up on such albums as Crazyndalazdayz (1998) and Indo G’s Angel Dirt (1998). A season later, Pat documented a solo record of his very own for Hypnotize Thoughts/Loud, Ghetty Green. Although single debut didn’t propel Pat to superstar position, it did create him inside the developing Dirty South picture, and his follow-up record, Murderers & Robbers (2000), do quite similar; though this second record was released separately instead of through Loud. Up coming emerged Pat’s high-profile appearance on Three 6 Mafia’s “Sippin’ on Some Syrup,” so when that tune became a big success, the stage was established for just one of his personal. That strike will be “Chickenhead,” a track also offering La’ Chat, the successor to Gangsta Boo’s placement because the token woman person in Three 6 Mafia. The track pitted both against each other in common Dirty South design: La’ Chat speaking terribly about Pat, he phoning her a “chickenhead.” Pat’s longtime legal skirmishes after that began to meet up with him. Through the interim period following a achievement of “Chickenhead,” Pat battled with legal complications stemming from a January 2001 parole violation, when law enforcement drawn him over for speeding and found out two revolvers. On March 13th of this same 12 months, a federal government jury found out him guilty of two matters to be a felon in ownership of a firearm. He previously been on parole for aggravated robbery. In the mean time, Loud continually forced back the discharge day for Pat’s 4th recording, Layin’ da Smack Down, until it finally found its way to the summertime of 2002. Mixtape looks and use Three 6 Mafia bridged the four-year space just before Crook by da Publication: The Given Story (2006) showed up, accompanied by Walkin’ Bank Move (2007) on Koch. His 2009 work Real Recognize Actual was his 1st for the main label Asylum. The recording featured the strike single “Maintain It Hood” with unique visitor OJ da Juiceman.