Ropeadope Records

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Ropeadope Records
Parent company Ropeadope Records
Founded 1999
Founder Andy Hurwitz
Genre Jazz, Hip hop, Funk, Americana
Country of origin US
Location Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Official website

Ropeadope Records is an American record label known for recordings in a variety of genres including; jazz, hip hop, gospel and electronic music. The label was founded in 1999 by Andy Hurwitz [1] in New York City and later moved to Philadelphia. The label is headed by Louis Marks.

In January 2014 Ropeadope artist Snarky Puppy, with Lalah Hathaway, was awarded the Grammy for Best R & B performance.[2]


Current and former artists on the Ropeadope label include:[3]



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