Underground Volume 16: For da Summa

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Underground Volume 16: For Da Summa
Studio album by DJ Paul
Released May 28, 2002
Recorded 1994, 2002
Genre Southern Rap, Gangsta Rap
Label D Evil Music
Producer DJ Paul
DJ Paul chronology
Underground Volume 16: For Da Summa

Underground Volume 16: For Da Summa is the first solo album by DJ Paul of Three 6 Mafia. There is a Chopped N Screwed version by DJ Black.


  1. "Back da Fuck Back" (featuring Lord Infamous)
  2. "Still Gettin' My Dick Sucked"
  3. "Kickin In Doe / I Think They Scared"
  4. "Cyazzndalot" (featuring Project Pat)
  5. "Break da Law" (featuring Frayser Boy)
  6. "Flaughin Azz Niggas / Bitches" (featuring La Chat)
  7. "Glock in My Draws" (featuring Frayser Boy)
  8. "Where Is da Bud Pt. 2" (featuring Lord Infamous)
  9. "Beat Down Intro" (featuring Lord Infamous)
  10. "Beatin' These Hoes Down" (featuring Lord Infamous)
  11. "Twist It, Hit It, Lite It" (featuring Lord Infamous & Crunchy Black)
  12. "D.J. Paul"
  13. "King of Kings" (featuring Hypnotize Camp Posse)
  14. "Outro"


  • "Back da Fuck Back" samples "Ambitionz Az a Ridah" by 2Pac
  • "Beatin' These Hoes Down" samples "Pimps", from another Memphis rap group 8Ball & MJG from their first album Comin' Out Hard.
  • "Glock In My Draws" samples the theme of the television show "Unsolved Mysteries"
  • "Twist It Hit It Lite It" samples "Summer Breeze" by The Isley Brothers
  • "Where Is Da Bud Pt. 2" samples "Ike's Mood" by Isaac Hayes
  • "D.J. Paul" samples the comedy stylings of Robin Harris and "Human Nature" by Michael Jackson
  • Cyoazzndalot" samples "Looking For The Perfect Beat" by Afrika Bambaataa