For Chapter 2: World Domination, their first widely distributed album (via Relativity), Three 6 Mafia further refine the hardcore motifs of their underground efforts, toning down the outright horror and playing up their Southern gangsta-isms. Their equation works out to a wonderfully novel album for its time, one that would set the course of their career as well as their dizzying array of solo and spin-off endeavors. In fact, the album's Chapter 2 title is fitting because the group reprises several of its best tracks from the previously released Mystic Stylez and Da End albums, namely "Tear da Club Up," "Late Nite Tip," "Bodyparts," and "N 2 Deep." The rest of the album very well could have come from the group's back catalog also, as tracks like "Neighborhood Hoe" and "Weed Is Got Me High" certainly embody the same sort of ideology, attitude, and approach that had gotten Three 6 Mafia to this point in the game. And then there's "Hit a Muthafucka," which became the group's latest anthem, a rowdy club-banger to say the least.
AllMusic Review by Jason Birchmeier