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Angie Stone

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Angie Stone  Brotha   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Baby   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Wish I Didn't Miss You   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  I Wanna Thank Ya   buy on itunes
Angie Stone, Bahamadia, Erykah Badu & Queen Latifah  Love of My Life Worldwide   buy on itunes
Angie Stone featuring Alicia Keys & Eve  Brotha Pt. II   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  I Wasn't Kidding   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  U-Haul   buy on itunes
Angie Stone featuring Calvin  More Than a Woman   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Stay for a While   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Pop Pop   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Bottles & Cans   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Lovers' Ghetto   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  My People   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  What U Dyin' For   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Take Everything In   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Groove Me   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Sometimes   buy on itunes
Vertical Hold  Blue Skies - Vertical Hold W/ Angie Stone   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  These Are the Reasons   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  You Will Know   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Be Ever Wonderful   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Who's to Blame   buy on itunes
Macy Gray featuring Angie Stone & Mos Def  My Nutmeg Phantasy (Featuring Angie Stone & Mos Def)   buy on itunes
Toshi featuring Angie Stone  Hold Me Down   buy on itunes
Raphael Saadiq  Excuse Me   buy on itunes
Guru  Keep Your Worries   buy on itunes
Angie Stone featuring Musiq Soulchild  The Ingredients of Love   buy on itunes
Angie Stone  Remy Red   buy on itunes

Comment:

Angie Stone's entire two decade-plus career is best summed up by one song: "Love of My Life Worldwide," an estrogen-powered posse cut featuring a sample of the Sequence's hit 1979 single "Funk You Up." Aside from its obvious use in the Dr. Dre song "Keep Their Heads Ringin'," the original "Funk You Up" featured a very young Stone as one of its three rhyme-slingin' members. In other words, Erykah Badu's song reveals how far Stone's come over the years, from her start as an old-school rap pioneer to her role in the neo-soul movement of the late '90s. She isn't going anywhere anytime soon, either, as evidenced by the Top 20 debut of her latest album, [i]The Art of Love & War[/i]. (It's her highest-charting debut yet, with 45,000 copies sold in the first week.)
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