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Richard Frederick Freeman Stephenson III, better known as Richie Stephens, born December 5, 1966 in Savanna-la-Mar, Westmoreland, Jamaica, is a R&B, dancehall and reggae singer and producer.

In the early 90s Stephens was a part of the 2-time Grammy winning act Soul II Soul and had recorded at Motown, besides producing reggae records on VP and establishing his own label, Pot of Gold. Later that decade he published famed dancehall singles like "Winner", "Bus the Place" and the mock operatic "Slop Dem".

In 1998, Stephens album Winner was released on Greensleeves, produced by himself, Frenchie, Danny Brownie and Donovan Germain.

Stephens has sinced then focussed his music on Christian related themes.

In 2006, Stephens was rewarded the Jamaican Governor-General's Achievement Award for contributing to civic, social and recreational projects in and around the parish of Westmoreland.