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Rich Girl (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Rich Girl (Deluxe Version) by Angie Stone. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul genres. It contains 18 tracks with total duration of 01:05:00 minutes.

Artist: Angie Stone
Release date: 2012
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul
Tracks: 18
Duration: 01:05:00
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No. Title Length
1. Intro - Real Music 0:48
2. Do What U Gotta Do 3:24
3. Backup Plan 3:26
4. Proud of Me 3:54
5. First Time 3:30
6. Guilty 5:01
7. Interlude (featuring Malcolm - Jamal Warner) 1:07
8. Alright 3:52
9. Livin' It Up 3:39
10. Rich Girl 3:38
11. Right In Front of Me 3:03
12. I Can't Take it 3:21
13. Push n' Pull 3:25
14. U Lit My Fire 4:11
15. Sisters 4:14
16. Victory (Bonus Track) 4:05
17. Thank You (Bonus Track) 6:56
18. Do What U Gotta Do 3:26



As one of the most respected artists in the neo-soul movement, Angie Stone has earned the right to bring her vision to fruition with whomever she chooses. And she chooses brilliantly throughout Rich Girl. Mike Flowers cowrote "Backup Plan," which has an upbeat groove that locks backing vocals into Stone's confident lead track. Even the modern production effects do nothing to harm Stone's soul pedigree, but rather add a fresh feel to an already-solid track. Malcolm-Jamal Warner (a.k.a. Theo Huxtable of The Cosby Show) pays tribute to the singer with a spoken-word piece, "Interlude." That piece sets up the album's second half, starting with the firm but sweet ballad "Alright." "First Time" combines the lush arrangements of classic Gamble & Huff Philly soul with Stone's manicured best. "Livin' It Up" updates Stone's sound to the late '80s, with muscular New Jack Swing beats. "U Lit My Fire" takes a groove that moves sideways and gives it over to Stone's playful phrasings. The deluxe version adds two bonus tracks and the video for "Do What U Gotta Do."