Daddy's Home (Big Daddy Kane album)
|Studio album by Big Daddy Kane|
|Released||September 13, 1994|
|Genre||East Coast hip hop|
|Producer||Big Daddy Kane
Easy Mo Bee
|Big Daddy Kane chronology|
Daddy's Home is the sixth album by emcee, Big Daddy Kane. It's Big Daddy Kane's only album on MCA Records, released in September 1994. Like his previous album Looks Like a Job For…, Daddy's Home was generally well-received, but lacked in sales. Despite the positive reviews, the album saw a large drop in Kane's commercial popularity, and produced no crossover hit singles, like his 1993's "Very Special". The album features the singles "In the PJ's" and the DJ Premier-produced posse cut "Show & Prove", featuring Ol' Dirty Bastard, Shyheim, Sauce Money and a then-unknown Jay-Z (credited as "J.Z."), who, at the time, was Kane's protégé.
Following the release of Daddy's Home, Kane took a long break from music, until returning four years later with his seventh album Veteranz Day.
|1||"Daddy's Home"||L.G.||Big Daddy Kane|
|2||"Brooklyn Style...Laid Out"||Easy Mo Bee||Big Daddy Kane, Scoob Lover|
|3||"In the PJ's"||Big Daddy Kane||Big Daddy Kane, Scoob Lover|
|4||"Show & Prove"||DJ Premier||Big Daddy Kane, Scoob Lover, Sauce Money, Shyheim, Jay-Z., Ol' Dirty Bastard|
|5||"Lyrical Gymnastics"||L.G.||Big Daddy Kane|
|6||"That's How I Did 'Em"||Easy Mo Bee||Big Daddy Kane|
|7||"Sex According to the
Prince of Darkness"
|Da Rock||Big Daddy Kane|
|8||"3 Forties & a Bottle of Moet"||Big Daddy Kane||Big Daddy Kane|
|9||"The Way It's Goin' Down"||Easy Mo Bee||Big Daddy Kane|
|10||"Somebody's Been Sleeping
in my Bed"
|Big Daddy Kane||Big Daddy Kane|
|11||"W.G.O.N.R.S."||Big Daddy Kane||Big Daddy Kane, Easy Dred, Junior P|
|12||"Let Yourself Go"||Kool T, Crush||Big Daddy Kane|
|13||"Don't Do it to Yourself"||Big Daddy Kane||Big Daddy Kane, Scoob Lover|
- "Show & Prove"
- "Lyrical Gymnastics"
- "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed"
- "Somebody's Been Sleeping in My Bed" by 100 Proof Aged In Soul
- "What's Goin' On" by Marvin Gaye
- "Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler)" by Marvin Gaye
- "3 Forties and a Bottle of Moet"
- "In the PJ's"
- "Sex According to the Prince of Darkness"
- "Fool Yourself" by Little Feat
- "Double Trouble at the Amphitheatre" by Double Trouble
- "The Way It's Goin Down"
Album chart positions
|Billboard 200||Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums|
Singles chart positions
|Billboard Hot 100||Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||Hot Rap Singles|
|1994||"In the PJ's"||-||-||#31|
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