×
Napster App for
Rhapsody International Inc.
356x237

Artist

3LW

About 3LW

Three Little Women deliver hip-hop-flavored, new school R&B in a style not too far from similar all-girl vocal groups Destiny's Child and Blaque. The difference here is that 3LW actively pursue the teen pop market, and they do it well. They met with immediate success in 2000, with the release of their self-titled debut and the smash hit single, "No More (Baby I'm A Do Right)." Since then, the group has been a perennial chart presence, plying their shiny bounce-pop with equal parts fly-girl toughness and mall-rat teenie-power.

Similar Artists

702, Blaque, Destiny's Child, Dream, TLC, Total

356x237

3LW

Three Little Women deliver hip-hop-flavored, new school R&B in a style not too far from similar all-girl vocal groups Destiny's Child and Blaque. The difference here is that 3LW actively pursue the teen pop market, and they do it well. They met with immediate success in 2000, with the release of their self-titled debut and the smash hit single, "No More (Baby I'm A Do Right)." Since then, the group has been a perennial chart presence, plying their shiny bounce-pop with equal parts fly-girl toughness and mall-rat teenie-power.

About 3LW

Three Little Women deliver hip-hop-flavored, new school R&B in a style not too far from similar all-girl vocal groups Destiny's Child and Blaque. The difference here is that 3LW actively pursue the teen pop market, and they do it well. They met with immediate success in 2000, with the release of their self-titled debut and the smash hit single, "No More (Baby I'm A Do Right)." Since then, the group has been a perennial chart presence, plying their shiny bounce-pop with equal parts fly-girl toughness and mall-rat teenie-power.

Similar Artists

About 3LW

Three Little Women deliver hip-hop-flavored, new school R&B in a style not too far from similar all-girl vocal groups Destiny's Child and Blaque. The difference here is that 3LW actively pursue the teen pop market, and they do it well. They met with immediate success in 2000, with the release of their self-titled debut and the smash hit single, "No More (Baby I'm A Do Right)." Since then, the group has been a perennial chart presence, plying their shiny bounce-pop with equal parts fly-girl toughness and mall-rat teenie-power.

Similar Artists