Dope House Records
|Dope House Records|
|Founder||Carlos Coy (South Park Mexican)
, Arthur Coy, Jr.
|Distributor(s)||Independently Distributed|
|Country of origin||United States|
Dope House Records was founded in 1995 by Arthur Coy, Jr., and his brother Carlos Coy (a.k.a. South Park Mexican) who released his debut album Hillwood that same year. A few years later, several artists including Baby Beesh (now Baby Bash),joined the roster. Majority of the works released under the Playaz Lifestyle label are only available to record stores in the Southern US region and online retail outlets. However for a time in 2000 Dope House teamed up with Universal Records to gain some commercial success. To this day, over 30 albums have been released under the Dope House label.
It currently competes with rival independent label Swishahouse, however in 2006, both record companies teamed up to released SPM's 9th album When Devils Strike in normal and Chopped & Screwed (by Michael 5000 Watts) versions.
On June 17th, 2014 the next album by South Park Mexican will be released. It being named the "Son of Norma", this will be SPM's tenth album and his third release while being in jail. Trey Coy now runs the Dope House Record label.
- 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."
- Houston Press - "South Park Monster" (page 3)
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