Angie Stone Biography
Angie Stone is a singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer from Columbia, South Carolina, United States. She began working with futuristic rap group Mantronix and singer Lenny Kravitz. In 1990, she became a member of the R&B trio Vertical Hold. She then released her solo debut, Black Diamond, on Arista Records in 1999, which was certified gold and spawned the R&B number-one hit “No More Rain (In This Cloud)”.
Angie Stone Career
She ventured into acting career in 2000 making her film debut in the comedy film The Hot Chick (2002) and her stage debut in 2003, in the role of Big Mama Morton in the Broadway musical Chicago. She has since appeared in supporting roles in films and television series as well as several musical productions, including VH1’s Celebrity Fit Club and TV One’s R&B Divas, and movies such as The Fighting Temptations (2003), Pastor Brown (2009) and School Gyrls (2010).
A three-time Grammy Award nominee, she has two Soul Train Lady of Soul Awards. She began working with futuristic rap group Mantronix and singer Lenny Kravitz. In 1990, she became a member of the R&B trio Vertical Hold. In 1999, Stone released her solo debut, Black Diamond, on Arista Records, which was certified gold and spawned the R&B number-one hit “No More Rain (In This Cloud)”.
After transitioning to J Records, she released another gold-seller, Mahogany Soul (2001), which included the hit single “Wish I Didn’t Miss You”, followed by Stone Love (2004) and The Art of Love & War (2007), her first number-one album on the US Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
She has then worked with hip hop and electro funk music group Mantronix, before becoming the lead vocalist of the trio Vertical Hold which released the popular single “Seems You’re Much Too Busy” as well as two albums: A Matter of Time (1993) and Head First (1995).
In 1996, Stone teamed up with Gerry DeVeaux, singer Lenny Kravitz’s cousin, and Charlie Mole to form the group Devox. They recorded one album, Devox Featuring Angie B. Stone, released in Japan by Toshiba EMI.
She released her seventh studio album Dream on Shanachie Entertainment in collaboration with TopNotch Music and Conjunction Entertainment in November 2015. Producer Walter Millsap III and Stone co-wrote the majority of the album with a core group that included former The Clutch members Candice Nelson, Balewa Muhammad, and producer Hallway Productionz.
The album received positive reviews from critics who called the record “another solid and empowering effort,” and debuted at number three at Top Hip-Hop/R&B Albums chart, with approximately 9,000 copies sold in its opening week.
The album’s first single, “2 Bad Habits” became a minor hit on the Adult R&B Songs chart. Following another label change, Stone released the cover album Covered in Soul through Goldenlane Records, compromising rendition of popular Phil Collins, Hot Chocolate, and Neil Diamond songs.
Preceded by the single “These Eyes”, a cover of the same-titled The Guess Who song, it failed to chart. She released her ninth studio album Full Circle in July 2019, on Conjunction Entertainment and Cleopatra Records. The album features the lead single “Dinosaur”, produced by Walter Millsap III & Hallway Productionz.
In 2006, she appeared on the VH1’s reality television series Celebrity Fit Club for the fourth season, which began on August 6, 2006. While on the show, she lost eighteen pounds, the second-lowest loss in the history of the show. The same year, Stone signed to the reworked Stax Records.
Angie Stone Age
She was born on 18 December 1961 in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. She is 59 years old as of 2020.
Angie Stone Family
She was born in Columbia, South Carolina to Iona Williams (mother) Her father, is a member of the local gospel quartet, took Stone to see performances by gospel artists such as the Singing Angels and the Gospel Keynotes.
Angie Stone Children
She was blessed with two children namely Diamond Stone and Michael Archer.
Angie Stone Husband
She is married to Kirk Hope. During the 1990s, she dated neo-soul singer D’Angelo for four years and they have a son named Michael D’Angelo Archer II, who was born in 1998.
Angie Stone Net Worth
She is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and record producer who has an estimated net worth of $3 million dollars.
Angie Stone Height
She stands at a height of 1.6 meters.
Angie Stone Awards
- 50th Annual GRAMMY Awards (2007) Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocals. Baby.
- 47th Annual GRAMMY Awards (2004) Best Female R&B Vocal Performance. U-Haul.
- 45th Annual GRAMMY Awards (2002) Best R&B Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal. More Than A Woman.
Angie Stone Concert
- Fri, 2 Oct 20:00 Oakland, CA, United States Yoshi’s
- Sat, 3 Oct 19:30 Oakland, CA, United States Yoshi’s
- Sun, 4 Oct 19:00 Oakland, CA, United States Yoshi’s
Angie Stone Full Circle
Full Circle is the ninth studio album by singer Angie Stone. Initially set for a June 7 release, it was released on July 12, 2019, by Conjunction Entertainment and Cleopatra Records.
Angie Stone Wish I Didn’t Miss You
Angie Stone Albums
- Mahogany Soul 2001
- Black Diamond 1999
- Stone Love 2004
- The Art of Love & War 2007
- Full Circle 2019
- Covered in Soul 2016
- Rich Girl 2012
- Dream 2015
- Unexpected 2009
- Brown Sugar
- Street soul
- Genius & Friends
- Vocal Rendezvous
- Disappearing acts
- 90’s Soul
- Papa Miami 2019
- Duets-Love Soul 2015
- 30 stars R&B
- Neo-Soul Classic, Vol.3
Angie Stone Songs
- Rain Down The Fighting Temptations · 2003
- Holding Back the Years Love & Basketball · 2000
- Baby The Art of Love & War · 2007
- I Wanna Thank Ya I Wanna Thank Ya (Radio Edit) · 2004
- Thank You Black Diamond · 1999
- Mad Issues Mahogany Soul · 2001
- 2 Bad Habits Dream · 2015
- Life Story Black Diamond · 1999
- Pissed Off Mahogany Soul · 2001
- Think It Over Dream · 2015
- Everyday Black Diamond · 1999
- Soul Insurance Mahogany Soul · 2001
- Remy Red Stone Love · 2004
- Stay for Awhile Stone Love · 2004
- Brotha, Part II Mahogany Soul · 2001
- These Are the Reasons The Art of Love & War · 2007
- Sometimes The Art of Love & War · 2007
- I wish I didn’t miss you anymore
- I Wasn’t Kidding Stone Hits: The Very Best of Angie Stone · 2005
- 20 Dollars Mahogany Soul · 2001
- Easier Said Than Done Mahogany Soul · 2001
- Snowflakes Mahogany Soul · 2001
- These Eyes These Eyes · 2016
- Magnet dream · 2015