Dope House Records

Dope House is an independent record label based in Houston, Texas.[1] It primarily releases hardcore, underground, and Southern hip hop.

Dope House Records
Founded1995 (1995)
FounderSouth Park Mexican
Arthur Coy Jr.
GenreHip hop
Country of originU.S.
LocationHouston, Texas
Official websitedopehouserecords.com

HistoryEdit

Dope House Records was founded in 1995 by Carlos Coy (a.k.a. South Park Mexican) who released his debut album Hillwood that same year. By 1997, Dope House, (having signed artist's Rasheed, Low-G, and Pimpstress) started working on SPM's second album "Hustle Town". Dope House released SPM's second album in March 1998, that same year. Baby Beesh (now Baby Bash), joined the roster and they started to work on the next Dope House album "Power Moves: The Table" it was released on December 22, 1998. By 1999 Dope House Records was big and had eleven artists signed under them and all off them working on their debut albums, only available to record stores in Majority of the works released under the Playaz Lifestyle label are the Southern US region and online retail outlets. However, for a time in early 2000 Dope House teamed up with Universal Records to gain some commercial success.[2]

DiscographyEdit

1995
1998
1999
2000
  • Lone Star Ridaz – Lone Star Ridaz
  • Lone Star Ridaz – Lone Star Ridaz (Screwed & Chopped)
  • Major Riley – The Untold Story
  • Rasheed – Let the Games Begin
  • South Park Mexican – The Purity Album
  • South Park Mexican – Time Is Money
  • Various Artists – Latin Throne 2
  • 24/7 Hustlers – Walkin' on Water (Unreleased)
  • Hillwood Hustlaz – Wheel Watchers (Unreleased)
  • Low-G – Black Jack: No Love, No Peace (Unreleased)
  • Pimpstress – Most Valuable Player (Unreleased)
2001
  • Baby BeeshSavage Dreams
  • Grimm – Before My Time
  • Lone Star Ridaz – Wanted
  • Lone Star Ridaz – Wanted (Chopped & Screwed)
  • South Park Mexican – Never Change
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. I: The Day Houston Died
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. II: Pink Soda
2002
  • Baby Beesh – Get Wiggy!
  • Baby Beesh – On Tha Cool
  • Juan GottiNo Sett Trippin'
  • Lone Star Ridaz – 40 Dayz/40 Nightz
  • Lone Star Ridaz – Rules & Regulations (Unreleased)
  • Low-G & Rasheed – Wet Black
  • South Park Mexican – Reveille Park
  • Twin Beredaz – Twin Beredaz
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. III: Stuck in da Mud
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. IV: Screwologist
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. V: Purple Rain
  • Various Artists – Screwston Vol. VI: The World That Screw Build
2003
  • Baby Beesh – The Ultimate Cartel
  • Grimm – The Brown Recluse
  • Juan Gotti – El Mas Locote Mix
  • Lucky LucianoYou Already Know
  • South Park Mexican – Hillwood & Hustle Town (Screwed & Chopped)
  • South Park Mexican – Reveille Park (Screwed & Chopped)
2004
2005
  • Lucky Luciano – The 4th Wish: To Sprinkle the World (Unreleased)
  • Rasheed – 21st Century
  • South Park Mexican – Power Moves: The Table (Screwed & Chopped)
  • Twin Beredaz – Twin Beredaz 2: Coast & Quota (Unreleased)
2006
2007
  • South Park Mexican – Tha Purity Album II (Unreleased)
2008
2009
  • South Park Mexican – The Last Chair Violinist: Slowed 'n' Throwed (Unreleased)
2011
  • Various Artists – Dope City: Purest in the Game
2014
2018
• 2019
•South Park Mexican – The Devil's Mansion
Carley Coy – My Father's Revenge

2020

South Park Mexican – Telephone Road

2021

•Baby Los – Some Things Never Change

VideographyEdit

  • Mary-Go-Round
  • Latin Throne
  • Latin Throne 2

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Lomax, John Nova. "South Park Monster." Houston Press. Thursday June 6, 2002. 5. Retrieved on February 6, 2011. "On a hot July day two years ago, the deputy constable from Precinct 1 pulled up yet again to the fortresslike Dope House Records headquarters on Center Street."
  2. ^ Houston Press – "South Park Monster" (page 3)

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