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Richie Stephens - Girls mp3 track

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Performer: Richie Stephens
Title: Girls
Released: 2000
Style: Dancehall
Category: Reggae
Rating: 4.1 ✦

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Girls
Written-By – R. Stephens*
B Rattle Snake

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Platinum Distribution


  • Mastered By [Vinyl Cut] – Geovanni
  • Producer – Daddy Teddy
  • Written-By – C. Butt*, S. Marsden*


Rattle Snake Riddim

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): D.S.R. ASIDE - 4537 - GIRLZ - GEOVANNI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): D.S.R. BSIDE - 4544 - VER(RATTLE SNAKE) - GEOVANNI

Richard Stephenson (born 5 December 1966), better known as Richie Stephens is a Jamaican R&B, dancehall and reggae singer and producer. Born in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica, Stephens worked in the early 1990s as part of the twice Grammy Award winning act Soul II Soul. He recorded at Motown, and recorded for the VP label before establishing his own label, Pot of Gold Records. Later that decade he released dancehall singles such as "Winner", "Bus the Place" and "Slop Dem".

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The current set Luv-A-Dub Style sees him collaborate with Cleveland ‘Clevie’ Browne of the Steely & Clevie production camp. John Holt’s Let’s Dance is gracefully relicked by Richie while Dawn Penn’s No No No underpins the title track, a combination boomshot with Bounty Killer! Rain From The Sky is a 100% classic lovers tune already versioned by many a reggae artist, so over to a pleasant tune he does with veteran deejay U Brown: All Night Long definitely is Reggae Vibes’ album favourite! Horace Andy’s Skylarking riddim forms the backbone of Come Back To Bed, a powerful lovers tune.

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Listen to music from Richie Stephens like Trying To Get To You, Gave You My Heart & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Richie Stephens. In the early 90s Stephens was a part of the 2-time Grammy winning act Soul II Soul and had recorded at Motown, besides producing reggae records on VP and establishing his own label, Pot of Gold. Later that decade he published famed dancehall singles like "Winner", "Bus the Place" and the mock operatic "Slop Dem".

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Richie Stephens - Thank you Lord. Richie Stephens - The Gospel Medley (2012). Richie Stephens ft. Gentleman - Live Your Life. In 1998, Stephens' album Winner was released by Greensleeves, produced by himself, Frenchie, Danny Brownie and Donovan Germain. Since then, Stephens has focused his music on Christian related themes In January 2011 Richie's adopted son Demar Graham, who went by the stage name Copper Cat, was shot and killed outside his home in Kingston.