Three 6 Mafia Keep The Party Going In 'Shake My' Video

The Rodney Jerkins-produced track also features Dirty Money's Kaleena.

There's one thing about [artist id="22821"]Three 6 Mafia[/artist] that doesn't change: DJ Paul and Juicy J like to party.

The Memphis twosome throw down in their new clip "Shake My," from their forthcoming album Laws of Power, due November 24.

Directed by Bobby Yan, the video features Three 6 Mafia raving in a basement-like setting while Dirty Money's Kaleena croons over the Rodney Jerkins beat.

The track comes from the Oscar-winning group's first project since 2008's Last 2 Walk, and finds Paul and Juice continuing to move forward as a duo — Crunchy Black left Three 6 Mafia just before the release of that album.

Laws of Power features the Jerkins-produced single along with collaborations with Flo Rida, Gucci Mane and Keri Hilson, among others.

Since winning the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "It's Hard Out Here for a Pimp" in 2006, Paul and Juice have enjoyed a higher profile. Moving to Los Angeles to film the MTV series "Adventures in Hollyhood," Juicy joked that after taking home the little gold man, getting in to swanky spots is no longer a problem for the group.

"I couldn't get in a club, so I pulled out the Oscar and they let me right in," he told MTV News. "When I got back to Memphis, I put the Oscar in a fireproof safe. So if you try to burn the house down, you can't burn the Oscar."