|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Ni**As Done Changed||3||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|2||Let's Ride||4||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|3||Seasoned Veteran||16||Audio||1996-11-05||Def Jam Recordings|
|4||Do G's Get To Go To Heaven?||4||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|5||Seasoned Veteran||16||Audio||1996-11-05||Def Jam Recordings|
|6||Do G's Get To Go To Heaven?||3||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|7||Don't Do It||11||Audio||1990||Big League Records, Inc.|
|8||Stay With Me||4||Audio||1997||Castle Records|
|9||Stay With Me||4||Audio||1997|
|10||Don't Do It||2||Audio||1990||Big League Records, Inc.|
|11||Taste Like SHH-||8||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|12||Seasoned Veteran||16||Audio||1996-11-05||Def Jam Music Group|
|13||Don't Do It||11||Audio||1990||Big League Records, Inc.|
|14||Let's Ride||5||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|15||Stay With Me||4||Audio||1996|
|16||Nixon Pryor Roundtree||13||Audio||2002-07-30||Ten-Six Records|
|17||Touch Myself "Remix"||5||Audio||1996||Rowdy Records|
|18||What I Ain't Gonna Do / Playboy||8||Audio||2001||Ten-Six Records|
|19||Seasoned Veteran||16||Audio||1996-11-05||Def Jam Music Group|
|20||The World Iz Mine / Who Got The Steel||2||Audio||Not On Label|
|21||Let's Ride||3||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|22||Greatest Hits||14||Audio||2000-04-25||Big League Records, Inc.|
|23||Let's Ride||5||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|24||If...||4||Audio||1998||Def Jam Recordings|
|25||1/2 (Half Thang)||13||Audio||1996-01-31||Shot Records|
|26||Do G's Get To Go To Heaven?||3||Audio||1996||Def Jam Recordings|
|27||Geeks Revenge (Rodney)||8||Audio||1990||Big League Records, Inc.|
|28||Don't Do It||11||Audio||1990||Big League Records, Inc.|
Richie Rich is the stage name of Richard Serrel, an Oakland, California-based rapper. He had a minor hit on his own (Let's Ride) in the early 1990s and performed on one version of I Got 5 On It by The [a=Luniz].
He is notable for being an early influence on rapper [a=Snoop Dogg], both in vocal style (they both have a laid-back, drawling delivery), and in the naming of their groups - Snoop has stated that [a=213] (consisting of Snoop, [a=Nate Dogg] and [a=Warren G]) was inspired by Rich's [a=415], named after the area code of Oakland. In Snoop's own words, "The reason I formed [a=213] with [a=Warren G] and [a=Nate Dogg] is because Richie Rich had a group called [a=415]. I was lovin' his style and voice which I incorporated into my style when I first started rapping."
Richie Rich was also a good friend of Andre "[a=Mac Dre]" Hicks who was gunned down in 2004. Dre mentions his friendship with Rich as far back as on Dre's second tape released in 1990.
He is largely known for his work with friend [a=2Pac] Shakur; the pair regularly collaborated in the mid-1990s.