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Published on Feb 21, 2010
Three Times Dope were a hip hop trio from Philadelphia consisting of E.S.T. (Robert Waller), Chuck Nice (Walter Griggs) and Woody Wood (Duerwood Beale). Their debut album, Original Stylin, released in 1989, was well-received. The album produced the singles, 'Funky Dividends', and 'Greatest Man Alive'. Their second album, Live from Acknikulous Land, released in 1990, and third album, Da Sequel, released in 1998, didn't do well. Three Times Dope (3xD as they were also called) were a part of the Hilltop Hustlers Crew in Philly (which also included Steady B, Cool C, Da Youngstas, Mentally Gifted). E.S.T. would eventually go on to become a songwriter for artists such as Destiny's Child and Mario, and he received a Grammy nomination in 2005 for Destiny's Child's song 'Cater 2 U'.