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Three Times Dope was a hip hop/rap group from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania consisting of EST (Robert Waller), Chuck Nice (Walter Griggs) and Woody Wood (Duerwood Beale). 3xD, as they were called for short, were a part of the Hilltop Hustlers Crew (which also included Steady B, Cool C, Da Youngsta's, Mentally Gifted, and others).At first, they recorded under the name 3-D.
Their debut LP, Original Stylin' was well-received, peaking at #122 on the Billboard 200 Album Chartand the group became well known for the terminology they created, such as “Acknickulous” and “The Giddy Up”.
3xD's follow-up album Live from Acknickulous Land was an attempt at a more serious work.Despite spawning two minor hits, it failed to chart on the Billboard 200. It did, however, peak at #30 on Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Album chart.
3xD later became closely associated with rapper/producer Kwamé. Their third album, Da Sequel, was not released until 1998.
EST would eventually go on to become an award-winning songwriter for top-tier acts, most notably a Grammy nomination in 2005 for Destiny's Child's "Cater 2 U".
Bell Biv DeVoe, also known as BBD, is an American music group formed from members of the New Edition, consisting of Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, and Ronnie DeVoe.
Bacdafucup: Part II is the fourth album from rap group Onyx, released on July 9, 2002 by Koch Records. The album was produced by Davinci, DR Period, Havoc, Self, Ant Boogie, Co-Stars, Scott Storch. The album features appearances by American rappers X1, Still Livin', Versatile, Platinum Plus, Felisa Marisol.
Katrina Laverne Taylor, known professionally as Trina, is an American rapper and television personality. She first gained notoriety in 1998 with her appearance on the single "Nann Nigga" from Trick Daddy's second studio album www.thug.com.
Bad Meets Evil is an American hip hop duo composed of Detroit-based rappers, Royce da 5'9" (Bad) and Eminem (Evil). Bad Meets Evil was formed in 1998, thanks to the duo's mutual friend, Proof. Their discography consists of one extended play (EP) and four singles. In 1999, the duo released a double non-album single, "Nuttin' to Do" and "Scary Movies"; the former peaked at 36 on the Hot Rap Songs chart, while the latter peaked at 63 on the UK Singles Chart and was featured on the soundtrack of the 2000 horror comedy parody film Scary Movie.
Donald Lamont, professionally known by his stage name Donald D, is an American rapper and record producer from the Bronx, New York. He is a member of the Universal Zulu Nation, a former member of the B-Boys, and is best known as a member of Ice-T's Rhyme Syndicate.
Mario Sentell Giden Mims, known professionally as Yo Gotti, is an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee. In 1996, Gotti released his debut album Youngsta's On a Come Up under the alias Lil Yo. He went on to release From Da Dope Game 2 Da Rap Game (2000), Self-Explanatory (2001), Life (2003), Back 2 da Basics (2006), Live from the Kitchen (2012), I Am (2013), The Art of Hustle (2016), I Still Am (2017) and Untrapped (2020).
"Still D.R.E." is a song by American rapper Dr. Dre, featuring fellow American rapper Snoop Dogg. It was released on November 2, 1999 as the lead single from Dre's multi-platinum second studio album, 2001 (1999).
PeteStrumentals is an instrumental hip hop album from hip hop producer/rapper Pete Rock, his second solo release. The album is the second installment of BBE Records Beat Generation series, following Jay Dee's Welcome to Detroit album. The instrumental songs were originally recorded between 1990 and 1995, but were remixed and continued when putting together the album. All songs featuring vocals were recorded exclusively for this project between 2000 and 2001.
Craig Curry, better known by his stage name Craig G, is an American rapper from Queensbridge, Queens, New York. He is perhaps best known as one of the members of hip hop producer Marley Marl's Cold Chillin' Records group the Juice Crew.
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The discography of Jeezy, an American rapper, consists of nine studio albums, two independent albums, eighteen mixtapes, seventy singles and twenty-eight music videos. He has also released an album as a member of Boyz N Da Hood, as well with USDA, who are artists on his label.
This is the discography of American hip hop group Bone Thugs-n-Harmony.
The 3rd Wish: To Rock the World sometimes just called The 3rd Wish is the fourth solo studio album by American hip hop recording artist SPM. It was released on November 23, 1999 via Dope House Records.
The discography of Gucci Mane, an American rapper, consists of 16 studio albums, two collaborative albums, three compilation albums, one soundtrack, seven extended plays (EPs), 72 mixtapes and 84 singles and 10 promotional singles.
The discography of B.o.B, an American hip hop recording artist and record producer, consists of seven studio albums, three compilation album, three extended plays (EPs), twenty-one mixtapes, forty-eight singles, fifteen promotional singles, and seventy-six music videos. B.o.B released his debut album, B.o.B Presents: The Adventures of Bobby Ray, on April 27, 2010. Upon its release, he became the thirteenth male solo artist, to have a debut album arrive at number one on the US Billboard 200. B.o.B quickly rose to fame, after his commercial debut single, "Nothin' on You". The song reached at number one in both the United States and the United Kingdom. He would later released his third single, "Airplanes", which also topped several music charts. The album's fifth single, "Magic", became his third top ten hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. B.o.B's debut studio album, which was preceded by two EPs and several mixtapes, was eventually Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
"Movin' On" is a 1996 song by the musician CeCe Peniston, released on July 23, 1996 as the lead single from her studio album I'm Movin' On. The track produced by Dave Hall charted at number twenty-nine in the US R&B chart, reaching in the Billboard Hot 100 at number eighty-three. A remixed version of the song hit at number ten in the category of the Hot Dance Maxi-Singles and entered also the Top 30 in the Japan.
"Keep On Walkin'" is a 1992 song by the musician CeCe Peniston, recorded for her debut album release Finally on A&M Records.
Hell: The Sequel is the debut extended play by Bad Meets Evil, an American hip hop duo composed of Royce da 5'9" and Eminem. It was released on June 13, 2011, in some countries, by Shady Records and Interscope Records and it was released on June 14, 2011, in the United States. The EP incorporates various styles such as hardcore hip hop, Midwest hip hop, and horrorcore. In May 2011, the album's title and artwork was revealed. The EP features the executive producers Eminem and Mr. Porter, with production handled by Bangladesh, Sid Roams, Havoc, DJ Khalil, The Smeezingtons and Supa Dups, among others.
"G'd Up" is a song by American Gangsta rap group Tha Eastsidaz, featuring vocals from American singer Butch Cassidy. was released on December 7, 1999 as the first single of his self-titled debut album, with the record labels; Doggystyle Records and TVT Records. The song was produced by Battlecat.
The singles discography of American rapper Jay-Z consists of singles, featured singles, collaborative singles, and promotional singles.
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