MyBabyDaddy – B-Rock & The Bizz | Top 40 Chart Performance, Story and Song Meaning

Chart Performance: Pop (#10) & R&B (#3); 1997

Story Behind The Song By Ed Osborne

One of summertime 1997’s biggest hits set its sights on promiscuity and parenthood, and did so over a bouncy sample drawn from another summer hit from 20 years past: The Emotions’ Best Of My Love.

The “artist” and creator behind B-Rock and MyBabyDaddy was producer Baron Agee from Mobile, Alabama. The Bizz was a studio group put together by Agee and the female vocalist was Kitty Thomas.

And, if that weren’t enough, Agee also wrote MyBabyDaddy. Agee’s Baby got off to a fast start, hitting its pop peak in its third week on the chart, then hanging around until the end of September.

Although Agee wasn’t able to follow MyBabyDaddy with another B-Rock hit, he did work with other artists, including Pressha – whose Splackavellie went to #14 R&B and #27 Pop in 1998 – and Usher.

This content and all Song Meaning articles were created and written by Top 40 Contributing Editor Ed Osborne. © 2024 Ed Osborne. All Rights Reserved. In addition to these song meaning articles, Ed has written our “Year in Music 1960s-1990s” articles.

Produced by:

  • B-Rock

Lyrics Written by:

  • B-Rock
  • Maurice White
  • Al McKay