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Ridin' Solo


Download links and information about Ridin' Solo by Keith Sweat. This album was released in 2010 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 53:43 minutes.

Artist: Keith Sweat
Release date: 2010
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock
Tracks: 13
Duration: 53:43
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No. Title Length
1. Famous 3:57
2. Full Time Lover 3:49
3. Test Drive (feat. Joe) 4:05
4. Ridin Solo 3:13
5. Genius Girl 4:28
6. Do Wrong Tonight 3:35
7. Hood Sex 4:00
8. It's All About You 4:20
9. I'm the One You Want 4:21
10. Live In Person 4:46
11. It's a Shame 4:43
12. Tropical 4:36
13. Ready 3:50



Keith Sweat can’t be knocked for riding the Auto-Tune gravy train, not when his use of vocal effects can be traced back 20-plus years. Ridin’ Solo, the singer’s tenth proper studio album, is slathered in it. Sweat’s voice is joined by a number of background vocalists who occasionally step in front to perform the hooks. As he is nearing his 50th birthday, Sweat references Patrón, uses woman-as-vehicle metaphors (on a duet with labelmate Joe), and drops couplets like “You know that girl’s got a fatty and she knows it/That’s why I’m always lacing her with diamonds and roses.” Longtime fans get a couple moments in which Sweat updates his sound to good effect, along with a little Chuckii Booker presence and an unexpected assist from the chorus of Surface’s “Happy.”