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Baby (LL Cool J song)

Exit 13
Released July 1, 2008 (2008-07-01)
Format CD single, digital download
Genre Hip hop, R&B
Length 4:07
Label Def Jam
Writer(s) James Smith, Curtis Jackson III, Terius Nash, Christopher Stewart
Producer Tricky Stewart
LL Cool J singles chronology


The-Dream singles chronology
"Please Excuse My Hands"
"Cookie Jar"

"Baby" is the second single from rapper LL Cool J's 13th album Exit 13. [1] It features The-Dream, who co-wrote the song with 50 Cent, while Tricky Stewart produced it.[2]

Music video

The music video, directed by Benny Boom, premiered on FNMTV on July 11, 2008.[3] In the video, they are at a party. LL spots a girl, and throughout the video, it shows him and the girl in a car and a store. They stand back to back during The-Dream's verse.

Responses and samples

Rapper Chamillionaire released a skit entitled "Not Your Baby". His song "Answer Machine 3", on his Mixtape Messiah 4 album, sampled "Baby"'s instrumental.


Chart (2008) Peak
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[4] 52
U.S. Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs[5] 22
U.S. Billboard Hot Rap Tracks[6] 10
U.S. Billboard Pop 100[7] 75
UK Singles Chart 56[8]


iTunes started a type of Countdown to Exit 13. The first release was Baby featuring The-Dream and the second release was the rock remix of "Baby" featuring Richie Sambora.

Rock Remix

The rock remix of "Baby" featuring Richie Sambora is the official remix of the song, and the remix is in the album as the 8th track.

The song was released on August 19, 2008 as an 'exclusive single' on iTunes. The cover is slightly different than the Baby single, because it was a darker look.


External links

  • LL Cool J - "Baby" music video

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