My Baby

Album: Lil' Romeo (2001)
Charted: 67 3


  • This samples "I Want You Back" by The Jackson 5. It is so similar it is considered an "adaptation."
  • Romeo was 11 years-old when this song came out, and he became very popular with the young ladies. This was the target audience, as his lyrics were very clean and his raps were about getting good grades and how girls like him. Romeo was not able to follow up this song's success, but he went on to USC, where he played basketball.
  • This was produced by Romeo's father, the rapper and record mogul Master P. They used to listen to "I Want You Back" when Romeo was younger.
  • Romeo was touring with N'Sync when this became a hit.

Comments: 3

  • Danielle from Richmond, KyI love this song! He's just too cute being that young and actually having a really good song~! But the song makes alot of sense~!
  • Cindy from Sydney, United StatesI haven't eva heard of it 'til now
  • Tiffany from Las Vegas, NvThis is a very great song and it's very good for little kids to hear. It's not like a song where theres cursing and stuff like that it's a really great song to listen to.
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