Three Times Dope

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Bursting out of the rich Hip-Hop scene of Philadelphia in the late-80s, Three Times Dope (originally known as 3-D) made their name as part of the infamous Hilltop Hustlers collective alongside fellow local artists Steady B and Cool C.

Initially signed by Lawrence Goodman of Pop Art Records fame (and Steady B's uncle), the trio of EST (emcee), Chuck Nice (producer) and Woody Wood (deejay) quickly gained themselves a dedicated fanbase following the release of early cuts such as "Crushin' & Bussin'" and "From Da Giddy Up".

A falling-out with label-head and manager Goodman around the time the group dropped their impressive debut 1988 album "Original Stylin'" found Three Times Dope being dissed by their former musical allies as they began recording 1990′s sophomore effort "Live From Acknickulous Land".

The threesome finally went their separate ways in the mid-90s, but not without having left an indelible mark on the landscape of East Coast Hip-Hop and beyond.
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Three Times Dope Discography Tracks

Albums

Three Times Dope - Hilltop Hustlers album art Cool C / 3-D* Cool C / 3-D* - Hilltop Hustlers (MiniAlbum) City Beat UK 1988 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Original Stylin' album art Three Times Dope Original Stylin' (Album) Arista Germany 1988 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Live From Acknickulous Land album art Three Times Dope Live From Acknickulous Land (Album) Arista Canada 1990 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - The Sequel 3 album art 3 X Dope* The Sequel 3 (Album) Cass Records (2) US 1998 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

Three Times Dope - Crushin & Bussin' / On The Dope Side album art 3-D* Crushin & Bussin' / On The Dope Side Hilltop Hustlers Records US 1987 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Greatest Man Alive album art Three Times Dope Greatest Man Alive (Single) Arista US 1988 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - From Da Giddy Up album art 3-D* From Da Giddy Up Hilltop Hustlers Records US 1988 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Original Stylin' album art Three Times Dope Original Stylin' (Single) Arista US 1989 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Funky Dividends album art Three Times Dope Funky Dividends (Single) Arista US 1989 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - No Words album art Three Times Dope No Words (Single) Arista US 1990 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Mr. Sandman (C.J. Macintosh Remixes) album art Three Times Dope Mr. Sandman (C.J. Macintosh Remixes) (Single) City Beat UK 1990 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Weak At The Knees album art Three Times Dope Weak At The Knees (Single) Arista US 1990 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Peace Ya' Self album art Three Times Dope Peace Ya' Self (Single) Arista US 1991 Sell This Version
CAS-2206 Three Times Dope Peace Ya' Self(Cass, Single) Arista CAS-2206 US 1991 Sell This Version
Three Times Dope - Da Sequel album art Three Times Dope Da Sequel (Maxi) Acknickulous Records US 1994 Sell This Version

Compilations

ADC-9776 Three Times Dope - Arista's Funky Dope Maneuver album art K-9 Posse, Three Times Dope, Too Nice K-9 Posse, Three Times Dope, Too Nice - Arista's Funky Dope Maneuver(Cass, Comp, Smplr) Arista ADC-9776 US 1988 Sell This Version

Miscellaneous

none Three Times Dope - Demo album art Three Times Dope Demo(Cass, Dem) Not On Label none US Unknown Sell This Version