Songs written by Rich Harrison

Posted Jan 19, 2012
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  1. No One Gonna Love You

    No One Gonna Love You (2011)


    "No One Gonna Love You" is a song recorded by R&B singer and actress Jennifer Hudson. It was written by Rich Harrison who also produced the song. It is the second US single from her second album I Remember Me. It impacted radio in the United States on May 24, 2011.

  2. 1 Thing

    1 Thing (2005)


    "1 Thing" is a song written by American R&B singer-songwriter Amerie and Rich Harrison for Amerie's second studio album, Touch (2005). The song is influenced by go-go rhythms and features a prominent sample of The Meters' 1970 funk recording of "Oh, Calcutta!", written by Stanley Walden. Its lyrics focus on an unidentified "thing" that fuels a romantic attraction.

  3. Can't Nobody

    Can't Nobody (2003)


    "Can't Nobody" is an song performed by American recording artist Kelly Rowland. Penned and produced by Rich Harrison for Rowland's solo debut album Simply Deep (2002), it incorporates elements of Trouble Funk's 1982 record "Let's Get Small", written by band members Robert "Syke Dyke" Reed and Tony Fisher.

  4. Take This Ring

    Take This Ring (2005)


    "Take This Ring" is a song by American R&B singer–songwriter Toni Braxton from her fifth studio album, Libra (2005). Written and produced by Rich Harrison and released as the album's third and final single in December 2005, the track contains a sample from The Meters' 1969 song "Here Comes the Meter Man". There is no music video for this song.

  5. I Don't Need a Man

    I Don't Need a Man (2006)


    "I Don't Need a Man" is a song by American girl group The Pussycat Dolls from their debut studio album PCD (2005). The song was written and produced by Rich Harrison, with additional writing from Nicole Scherzinger and Kara DioGuardi. The song was released as the fifth single from the album on September 25, 2006 in the United Kingdom. "I Don't Need a Man" is an uptempo disco song where the group self-objectify themselves and promote independence from men. It became their fifth top-ten single to enter the UK Singles Chart.

  6. Freakum Dress

    Freakum Dress (2006)


    "Freakum Dress" is a song by American singer and songwriter Beyoncé from her second solo studio album B'Day (2006). It was written by Beyoncé, Rich Harrison, and Makeba Riddick. "Freakum Dress" is similar to songs that Destiny's Child used to record in the 1990s. The song is complete with whistles, cymbal dominated scatter rhythms and a beat, which is augmented by hi-hats and plinking keyboard pulses. In the song, Beyoncé advises women who have partners with straying eyes to put on alluring dresses and grind on other guys in dance clubs, to regain their affections.

  7. Get Right

    Get Right (2005)


    "Get Right" is a song by American singer Jennifer Lopez, recorded for her fourth studio album, Rebirth (2005). It was written by Rich Harrison, Usher Raymond and James Brown, and produced by Harrison and Cory Rooney. An upbeat dance and R&B song with jazz, hip hop and funk influences, "Get Right" marks a departure in Lopez's musical style, and has been called one of her most "memorable" songs by The New York Times. It is built around a sample of "Soul Power 74" by Maceo and the Macks, and was noted for its heavy use of saxophone and horn instrumentation. The song contains lyrics about dancing, sex and drinking at a club. American rapper Fabolous is featured on a separate version of the song which is present as a bonus track on Rebirth. "Get Right" was announced as the album's lead single in November 2004.

  8. Soldier

    Soldier (2004)


    "Soldier" is a song by American recording group Destiny's Child featuring American rappers T.I. and Lil Wayne. Columbia Records released "Soldier" as the second single from Destiny's Child's fourth studio album Destiny Fulfilled (2004) on December 7, 2004. The artists co-wrote the song with Sean Garrett and Rich Harrison; the latter co-produced it with Destiny's Child members Beyoncé and Kelly Rowland. A Southern hip hop mid-tempo song, it lyrically describes each members' favorite type of male love interest.

  9. Suga Mama

    Suga Mama (2006)


    "Suga Mama" is a song recorded by American R&B singer Beyoncé Knowles for her second studio album, B'Day (2006). It was written by Knowles, Rich Harrison, and Makeba Riddick, and produced by Harrison and Knowles. "Suga Mama" is influenced by 1970s funk and rock music. An R&B and soul song, "Suga Mama" is built on a hip hop and jazzy beat, and samples Jake Wade and the Soul Searchers' song "Searching for Soul", written by Chuck Middleton. Lyrically, it features the female protagonist willing to pay large sums of money to keep her love interest contented.

  10. Crazy in love

    Crazy in love (2004)


    "Crazy in Love" is the debut solo single by R&B singer-songwriter Beyoncé, featuring rapper and now-husband Jay-Z. (All Beyoncé’s previous singles had been recorded and released during her membership in Destiny's Child.) Producer Rich Harrison, Beyoncé and Jay-Z wrote and composed the song for Beyoncé’s debut solo album, Dangerously in Love. "Crazy in Love" is an R&B and pop love song which incorporates elements of 1970s-style funk and hip hop, as well as soul. The track's horn-driven hook samples instrumentation from The Chi-Lites' 1970 song "Are You My Woman (Tell Me So)." The lyrics reference a romantic obsession that causes the protagonist to act out of character.

  11. Why Don't We Fall In Love

    Why Don't We Fall In Love (2002)


    "Why Don't We Fall in Love" is a song written and produced by Rich Harrison for American R&B singer Amerie's debut album, All I Have (2002). Released as the album's lead single in the United Kingdom in October 2001 and in the United States in July 2002 after being sent US Urban/Urban AC, Top 40 and Rhythmic radio in April 2002, the song reached number twenty-three on the Billboard Hot 100 and became a top ten hit on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs. It performed moderately elsewhere, peaking at number forty in the United Kingdom and number seventy-three in Australia. The song is also used for the promo of the CBS soap opera The Young and the Restless. It is also one of the songs used in the American version of Donkey Konga 2.

  12. Talkin' to Me

    Talkin' to Me (2002)


    "Talkin' to Me" is a song by American R&B singer Amerie from her debut album, All I Have (2002). Written and produced by Rich Harrison, it was released in late 2002 as the album's second and final single solely in the United States, thus not being able to make the charts elsewhere. A remix of "Talkin' to Me" by the production duo Trackmasters featuring rapper Foxy Brown exists. The song first obtained airplay during the week of October 8, 2002.

  13. 24's

    24's (2009)


    "24's" (pronounced "24 inches") is a song performed by R&B girl group RichGirl featuring United States rapper Bun B. of UGK. The song was produced by Rich Harrison, and was released as a promotional single from their self-titled debut album on February 6, 2009 on iTunes. The song garnered critical acclaim for its low-slung Southern-touch, and gained multiple comparisons to former R&B girl-group Destiny's Child. The song was performed multiple times by the group, and managed to peak at number sixty-eight on Billboards Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

  14. He Ain't Wit Me Now

    He Ain't Wit Me Now


    "He Ain't wit Me Now (Tho)" is a song by R&B girl group RichGirl. The song serves as the group's debut single from the girls' self-titled debut album, RichGirl, which was later shelved following the group's disbandment. The single was produced and written by Rich Harrison, who has additionally worked with Beyoncé on her chart-topping "Crazy in Love" and Amerie on "1 Thing". The song was digitally released on June 2, 2009 on iTunes, and released onto Rhythmic and Urban radio the following July.

  15. Talkin' About

    Talkin' About (2005)


    "Talkin' About" is a song written by Amerie and Rich Harrison, and produced by Harrison for Amerie's second album, Touch (2005). According to Amerie, it is one of her "really personal" songs and may be her favorite track on the album. Released as a promotional single, "Talkin' About peaked at number two on the U.S. Billboard Bubbling Under R&B/Hip-Hop Singles chart. There was a remix made featuring rapper Jadakiss.

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