After appearing on tracks with 2Pac which ensued in a bidding war, Richie Rich had become the first Bay Area rapper to sign with New York’s Def Jam Records, and his major-label album, Seasoned Veteran, was released in late 1996. Seasoned Veteran did rather well on the charts, and music videos were soon released for three songs on the album. The album was produced by Ali Malik, DJ Daryl, Doug Rasheed, Jermaine Dupri, Lev Berlak, Mike Mosley, Richie Rich and Rick Rock. Two of the singles released, “Let’s Ride” and “Do G’s Get To Go To Heaven?”, both appeared on multiple Billboardsingles charts. The album features guest performances by 2Pac, E-40, Luniz, D’wayne Wiggins, T-Boz, and Rame Royal of Rhythm & Green.
Seasoned Veteran is the third studio album by American rapper Richie Rich. It was released November 5, 1996 on Def Jam Recordings, and to date is the only major label release for the artist. The album was produced by Ali Malik, DJ Daryl, Doug Rasheed, Jermaine Dupri, Lev Berlak, Mike Mosley, Richie Rich and Rick…
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