Chris Barriere, better known as 3-2, previously known as Lord 3-2 and Mr. 3-2, is an American rapper from Houston. He has long affiliation with UGK and Rap-a-Lot Records.

Barriere first started his career as Lord 3-2 and was one-half of the Convicts alongside Big Mike. The duo released their self-titled debut in 1991, but disbanded the following year after making an appearance on Big Mello's Bone Hard Zaggin. After dropping the "Lord" from his name, 3-2 made several guest appearances on other Rap-a-Lot albums before joining his second group, the Blac Monks with D.A. and AWOL. 3-2 released two albums with the Blac Monks, 1994's Secrets of the Hidden Temple and 1998's No Mercy.[1]

After nearly six years with Rap-a-Lot, 3-2 finally released his solo debut in late 1996 entitled Wicked Buddah Baby. The album fared well on the Billboard's R&B and Heatseekers charts, but failed to make the Billboard 200.[2] After leaving Rap-a-Lot in 1998, Barriere became known as Mr. 3-2 and joined his third group, the Southside Playaz, who then became original members of the Screwed Up Click, a collective of rappers associated with DJ Screw. Southside Playaz released two albums together, 1998's You Gottus Fuxxed Up and 2000's Street Game. After the Southside Playaz split, 3-2 released his second album in 2001 entitled The Governor.




  • 2004: Against The Law Vol. 1
  • 2005: A Bad Azz Mixtape Vol. 5"
  • 2012: "untitled"


  1. Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Biography of Blac Monks at Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-13.
  2. Billboard Charts for Wicked Buddah Baby at Allmusic. Retrieved 2010-09-13.
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