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Aritist Wiki– Angie Stone (born Angela Laverne Brown in 30 January 1961 in Columbia South Carolina) is a Grammy-nominated American R & B, hip-hop and neo-soul singer and actress Stone’s music has a clear old school soul music influence, and her singing vocals recall by Aretha Franklin. In the early 1980 Stone (as’ Angie B “) was a member of the sequence of the first major female hip-hop group, they got a hit in 1980 with” Funk You Up “She then worked with Mantronix before teaming up and performing vocals and saxophone for Lenny Kravitz. Angie Stone produced in the 1990s as part of hip-hop / R & B trio Vertical Hold which released the popular single “Seems You’re Much Too Busy” as well as two albums: A Matter of Time (June 1993) End Head First (1995)
In 1996, she teamed upby Gerry Deveaux (Lenny Kravitz’s cousin from the Bahamas) and together with Charlie Mole they formed Devox an album received a Japanese-only release including Stone-top boxes or co-written material
Angie Stone shared song-writing credits D’Angelo’s first two studio albums (1995 – Brown Sugar and 2000 – Voodoo) and to provide backing vocals on tour with him.