Lionel Richie’s career followed with more successes when he went solo in 1982. His talents as a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter expanded into more music ventures, awards and honors. Analyzing Richie’s new song styles and his beginnings of funk and soul with the Commodores, clearly indicate just how interchangeable and talented he is. AmericaOnCoffee
“‘Stuck On You” differs from Richie’s other compositions, as it displays a country pop influence rather than R&B.[ As such, the single’s cover photo shows Richie wearing a cowboy hat, and indeed, “Stuck on You” peaked at number 24 on the country chart. “Stuck on You” reached number one on the Adult Contemporary chart, Richie’s seventh chart topper. The song marks Lionel Richie’s country music debut.