Mr. 3-2 (Rapper)
Mr. 3-2, born Christopher Juel Barriere, was a pivotal figure in the Southern Hip Hop scene. Known for his signature laid-back flow, he gained prominence as a member of the rap groups Convicts, Southside Playaz, and Screwed Up Click. His influence was widespread, as he worked alongside notable artists like Scarface, UGK, and Snoop Dogg, providing an unforgettable touch to Houston’s Rap music landscape.
Mr. 3-2 (Rapper) Discography
Mr. 3-2’s discography spans over three decades, with his first album “Convicts,” released in 1991 as part of the rap duo Convicts. His solo career took off with “The Wicked Buddah Baby” in 1996, which showcased his unique lyrical abilities. Subsequent albums like “Fatt Domino” and “The Governor” solidified his standing in the Southern hip hop scene.