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Thirstin Howl III
Thirstin Howl III
Victor DeJesus
OriginBrownsville, Brooklyn, New York, New York, U.S.
GenresHip hop
Rapper
1997-present
Labels
  • Skillionaire Enterprises
  • LandSpeed Records
  • Father Time
  • Godforbid
  • Master Fool
  • Rack-Lo
  • Fi Lo
  • Unique London
  • Hurricane G
  • Richie Balance
  • PF Cuttin
WebsiteThirstin Howl The 3rd

Victor DeJesus, better known by his stage name Thirstin Howl III, is an American rapper, producer and entrepreneur from Brownsville, Brooklyn.[1] He owns and operates his own label Skillionaire Enterprises and his Skillusions Films imprint.[1]

He is of Puerto Rican descent and raps in both Spanish & English languages.[2]

In 1997 Thirstin' Howl The 3rd won the Source's Unsigned Hype award. He was a production assistant at MTV for several years he went on to becoming a writer and cast member for the MTV "Lyricist Lounge Show".[1]

Thurstin Howl is a member of hip hop trio Alaskan Fishermen with fellow rappers Father Time and Godforbid.[3]

Discography

Studio albums

  • Skillionaire (1999)
  • Skillosopher (2000)
  • Serial Skiller (2001)
  • Skilligan's Island (2002)
  • Fire & Ice (2003) with Father Time & Godforbid as Alaskan Fishermen
  • Skillitary (2004)
  • La Cura (2006)
  • Lo Down & Dirty with Rack-Lo (2006)
  • Natural Born Skiller (2011)
  • Mami & Papi (2013) with Hurricane G
  • Survival of the Skillest (2013)
  • Skillmatic (2017)

Mixtapes

  • Skilluminaty (2005)
  • The Lo-Life General (2006)
  • Chuletas Con Tostones (2009)
  • Skill Recognize Skill with J-Love (2010)
  • Brother Lo The 37th Chamber (200?)

Compilations

  • Love And Loyalty - The Sound Track (2000)
  • Licensed to Skill (2003)

Singles

  • "Brooklyn Hard Rock" (12") (1999)
  • "The Polorican" (12") (1999)

References

  1. ^ a b c "Thirstin Howl the 3rd Lo-Life Founder, Emcee & Entrepreneur". thirstinhowlthe3rd.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ Woodside, Martin. "Thirstin Howl III | Biography & History | AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Thirstin Howl III". Discogs. Retrieved .

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