Angie Stone talks about her hip-hop legacy, 'R&B Divas: Atlanta' and more
Angie Stone, the well-known R&B singer of popular neo-soul hits such as Brotha and Wish I Didn't Miss You Anymore, will close the annual Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival's two-day weekend concert series Sunday at Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park.
More than 30 years after starting out as a teenage member of the pioneering female hip-hop and funk trio the Sequence, Stone has racked up a pair of gold albums, three Grammy nominations and two Soul Train Lady of Soul Award wins -- a resume that makes her a standout among her peers.
Stone credits her lengthy experience in the industry to her deliberately dabbling in different genres. The tactic has helped her stay relevant in an ever-changing industry and avoid being a one-hit wonder.
"My strategy was to make sure I always had a hit song," she said in a recent phone interview.
Stone will close out the annual Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival's two-day weekend concert series, Sunday at Curtis Hixon Park in Tampa. Click here for details.
For more of Kenya Woodard's interview with Angie Stone, click here.