Midway through former D'Angelo flame Angie Stone's new disc, there's an interlude called Little Bit Of This, Little Bit Of That, in which the husky-voiced diva explains how she wants to offer sumpin' for everyone. It's pretty apt - Stone bends her Southern purr around funky old soul, shambling hiphop, gospel-tinged ballads and tepid R&B. Guests from Snoop Dogg to Betty Wright (whom Stone presumably met while backing Joss Stone) lend a hand, and some of it is killer. The Wright-assisted burner That Kind Of Love features a hiccuping percussion backbone and smoky vocals worthy of a 60s girl group, and U-Haul, co-penned by Missy Elliott, is a delightfully squelchy booty-shaker. But Snoop's fo shizzling on I Wanna Thank Ya is tired, and watery nu-school R&B cuts like Cinderella Ballin' don't live up to Stone's potential. She's too good for that cheesy wind chime shit.