Top Tracks

Track Artist Album
Right to Be Wrong Joss Stone Mind Body & Soul
L-O-V-E Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
Fell In Love With A Boy Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
Tell Me What We're Gonna Do Now - feat. Common Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
You Had Me Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
Less Is More Joss Stone Mind Body & Soul
Molly Town Joss Stone Water for Your Soul
Spoiled Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
Free Me Joss Stone The Best Of Joss Stone 2003 - 2009
The Chokin' Kind Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
Super Duper Love Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
Fell In Love With A Boy Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
Victim of a Foolish Heart Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
Dirty Man Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
Some Kind Of Wonderful Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
I've Fallen In Love with You Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
I Had A Dream Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
All The King's Horses Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
For The Love Of You Joss Stone The Soul Sessions
I Got The... Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
(For God's Sake) Give More Power To The People Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
While You're Out Looking For Sugar Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Sideway Shuffle Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
I Don't Want To Be With Nobody But You Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Teardrops Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Stoned Out Of My Mind Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
The Love We Had (Stays On My Mind) Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
The High Road Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Pillow Talk Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Then You Can Tell Me Goodbye Joss Stone The Soul Sessions, Vol. 2
Stuck on You Joss Stone Stuck on You
The Answer Joss Stone The Answer
The Answer - Dub Joss Stone The Answer (Dub)
Free Me Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Could Have Been You Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Parallel Lines - feat. Jeff Beck and Sheila E. Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Lady Joss Stone Colour Me Free
4 and 20 Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Big 'Ol Game - featuring Raphael Saadiq Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Governmentalist - feat. Nas Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Incredible Joss Stone Colour Me Free
You Got The Love Joss Stone Colour Me Free
I Believe It To My Soul - feat. David Sanborn Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Stalemate - feat. Jamie Hartman Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Girlfriend On Demand Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Mr. Wankerman Joss Stone Colour Me Free
Love Me Joss Stone Water for Your Soul
This Ain't Love Joss Stone Water for Your Soul
Stuck on You Joss Stone Water for Your Soul
Star Joss Stone Water for Your Soul

Joss Stone (born Joscelyn Eve Stoker in Dover, United Kingdom on April 11, 1987) is an English soul singer whose throaty style of singing was influenced by early Motown singers. Her debut album, The Soul Sessions, consists of classic soul tracks by Betty Wright, Aretha Franklin, Laura Lee and Bettye Swann and was released in late 2003. It reached the top 5 in the UKalbums chart, and also made the top forty of the U.S. Billboard 200 album chart. Joss Stone was nominated for "British Breakthrough Act", and won "British Female Solo Artist" and "British Urban Act", entering the Guinness World Records for being the youngest BRIT Award solo winner at age seventeen. After achieving critical acclaim for The Soul Sessions, Stone recorded an album full of original songs in 2004 titled Mind, Body & Soul. It proved to be an even bigger success than her first album, as it debuted at #1 in the UK (breaking the record for the youngest female ever to top the albums charts there, a record previously held by Avril Lavigne). Stone began working on her third studio album, Introducing Joss Stone, at Compass Point Studios in Nassau, Bahamas, in May 2006. It was released on 12 March 2007 in the UK on Virgin Records, involving production by Raphael Saadiq and collaborations with Lauryn Hill, Common and Joi. Stone describes it as "truly me. That's why I'm calling it Introducing Joss Stone. These are my words, and this is who I am as an artist". The album debuted and peaked at number twelve on the UK Albums Chart. It also debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 selling 118,000 copies in its first week, becoming the highest debut for a British solo female artist on the U.S. chart, surpassing the record previously held by Amy Winehouse with Back to Black. It has sold 60,000 copies in the UK since its release. Joss Stone was nominated for the MOBO Award for "Best UK Female" in September 2007, but lost out to Amy Winehouse. Tell Me 'Bout It, the album's lead single, debuted and peaked at number twenty-eight on the UK Singles Chart—where it stayed for three weeks only, and peaked at number eighty-three on the U.S Billboard Hot 100. The second single, Tell Me What We're Gonna Do Now, a collaboration with rapper Common, made the top sixty-five of the U.S. Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. Joss Stone turned its music video to a Product Red — this means that the video is available online over iTunes Store and that the gains from these sales revert to Product Red, an organisation which helps women and children in Africa affected by HIV and/or AIDS. Joss Stone is the first artist to do this, entering the Guinness World Records once again. On 4 October 2007, Stone's official website confirmed Baby Baby Baby as the album's third single. Stone's fifth album, LP1 was released on 26 July 2011. The Somehow Songfacts says that the long player was the first release through Stone's own Stone'd Records and was recorded in just a week at Blackbird Studios in Nashville. Stone fought a legal battle with her record company EMI to release her from her contract and The LP1 album title signifies the fresh start the singer felt she was making. Trivia: Worryingly for fans of Stone, she recently confessed that singing is not a career she plans to stick to: she told a journalist recently that she would like to give it up in a few years to become a normal housewife with a husband and children. Singles: * 2004 - Fell In Love With A Boy * 2004 - Super Duper Love * 2004 - You Had Me * 2004 - Right To Be Wrong * 2005 - Spoiled * 2005 - The Right Time (Cover of Extra for the GAP-Ad) * 2005 - Don't Cha Wanna Ride? * 2007 - Tell Me 'Bout It * 2007 - Tell Me What We're Gonna Do Now Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.