Hey Baby (Jump Off)

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"Hey Baby (Jump Off)"
Single by Bow Wow and Omarion
from the album Face Off
Released December 25, 2007
(See Release history)
Format CD Single
Recorded 2007
Genre R&B, hip hop
Length 3:08
Label Columbia
Writer(s) S. Moss, O. Granberry, S. Elise, R. Lang, K. Mack, L. Owens, R. Rubin, JT Smith, M. Sasek
Producer(s) Koolade
Bow Wow singles chronology
"Girlfriend"
(2007)
"Hey Baby (Jump Off)"
(2007)
"I'm Grown"
(2008)
Omarion singles chronology
"Girlfriend"
(2007)
"Hey Baby (Jump Off)"
(2007)
"Beg for It"
(2008)
Bow Wow & Omarion singles chronology
"Girlfriend"
(2007)
"Hey Baby (Jump Off)"
(2007)

"Hey Baby (Jump Off)" is the second single from the collaborative album Face Off by rapper Bow Wow and R&B singer Omarion. This song samples "Going Back to Cali" by LL Cool J. The song originally featured rapper Lil Wayne, however he was cut from the final version for unspecified reasons. His verse later leaked under the name 'Santa Clause'.

Music video[edit]

The video was aired on Wednesday, December 26, 2007, on BET's Access Granted. The video is the conclusion to "Girlfriend". At the end of the video for "Girlfriend", Bow Wow tells Omarion he was going to take him to the "jump off" spot giving the viewer a hint of the next video. In the beginning Bow Wow and Omarion are in the Aston Martin on their way to the club. When they get to the club, Bow Wow and Omarion go into their signature sign rooms. Bow Wow enters a room with a dog paw, and Omarion enters a room with an O with a crown on it. At the end of the video both Bow Wow and Omarion are trying to get with two girls when their "girlfriends" from the "Girlfriend" video show up and then they leave.

The video includes a cameo appearance from KPWR("POWER 106")/Los Angeles air personality DJ Felli Fel.

Other media[edit]

The duo also performed this song in the Ugly Betty episode "Zero Worship," which aired January 10, 2008.

Release history[edit]

Country Date
United States December 25, 2007
United Kingdom March 31, 2008
Japan May 29, 2008

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
Position
New Zealand Singles Chart[citation needed] 33
US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles[citation needed] 2
US Billboard Rap Songs[1] 24
US Billboard Pop 100[citation needed] 70

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Hey Baby (Jump Off) - Bow Wow". Billboard.com. Billboard. Retrieved January 13, 2010. [#]24 Rap Songs » March 15, 2008 2 [weeks on chart]