8 thoughts on “ Three Times Dope - Greatest Man Alive (Vinyl)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Greatest Man Alive on Discogs. Label: Arista - AD • Format: Vinyl 12 Three Times Dope - Greatest Man Alive (, Vinyl /5(3).
  2. Mar 23,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Three Times Dope - Greatest Man Alive at Discogs. Complete your Three Times Dope collection/5(31).
  3. Back in the s two hip hop acts ruled the roost in Philly: Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince and that early gangsta emcee, my man Schooly D. But, in my eyes, there was another notable hip hop act from Philly from back in the day, and that was Three Times Dope, a crew whose debut album, Original Stylin', first dropped in /5(6).
  4. "Greatest Man Alive" by Three Times Dope sampled Muddy Waters's "Mannish Boy". Listen to both songs on WhoSampled, the ultimate database of sampled music, cover songs and remixes.
  5. Three Times Dope hit the scene in late '88/early '89 with an album that was mostly slept on. Sure, this album has classics like "Funky Dividends" and "Greatest Man Alive" (I kept that video on the video jukebox at least 6 months by myself), but out side of those two tracks, there really wasn't a whole lot of buzz surrounding this LP/5(14).
  6. Original Stylin', an Album by Three Times Dope. Released in on Arista (catalog no. AL; Vinyl LP). Genres: East Coast Hip Hop, Hardcore Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Lawrence Goodman (producer, arranger, aka_text mixing role_id aka_text, executive producer), Chuck Nice (co-producer), David Brubaker (design), Tom Coyne (mastering), Harold Sinclair (photography).
  7. Greatest Man Alive Lyrics: (EST the Acknickulous One) / (I'm) (the greatest man alive) / (EST the Unusual Fellow) / Landscapin, mentally shapin / Get the gist, don't miss what I'm sayin / Hilltop.
  8. 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.

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