Joe "3H" Weinberger

Real Name:
Joseph Weinberger
For Miami Bass executive of Lil' Joe Records, Inc.; please use owner and founder Joseph Weinberger.

Joe “3H” Weinberger is the A&R credited with finding some of the current biggest rap artists: 50 Cent, Kanye West, Daddy Yankee, and Soulja Boy.

He produced Eminem’s first shows in 1998. In 1999, an executive at Capitol Records offered Weinberger a job after one of his Eminem shows.

He accepted the deal and was an A&R at Capitol while still attending high school.

At 19, he was the first to propose signing Kanye West to Capitol Records. An executive struck down the deal, but Weinberger’s belief in West helped convince Dame Dash to sign West to Roc-A-Fella Records.

He left Capitol and went to Interscope, where he signed Daddy Yankee, Soulja Boy, and Charles Hamilton. He helped sign and develop rap artist 50 Cent in 2003. He is now CEO and the primary A&R source of his own record label HHH Records, distributed under Interscope Geffen Records.

Joe "3H" Weinberger Discography Tracks


Joe "3H" Weinberger - The Black Album album art Jay-Z My 1st Song Jay-Z - The Black Album (Album) Roc-A-Fella Records Europe 2003 Sell This Version
B0002484-11 Joe "3H" Weinberger - 99 Problems / My 1st Song album art Jay-Z Jay-Z - 99 Problems / My 1st Song(12") Roc-A-Fella Records B0002484-11 US 2004 Sell This Version


Joe "3H" Weinberger - Neighborhood Watch album art Dilated Peoples Dilated Peoples - Neighborhood Watch (Album) Parlophone, Capitol Records Europe 2004 Sell This Version
B0007035 - 02 Joe "3H" Weinberger - Barrio Fino En Directo album art Daddy Yankee Daddy Yankee - Barrio Fino En Directo(CD, Album) El Cartel Records B0007035 - 02 Puerto Rico 2006 Sell This Version