For My Baby

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"For My Baby"
For My Baby (Ce Ce Peniston single - cover art).jpg
Single by Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston
from the album Colour of My Soul
B-side Remix
Released July 7, 2003 (2003-07-07)
Length 4:14 (Album version)
Label Dôme
  • Full Flava
  • KT & C and Ruff N Tumble (remix)
CeCe Peniston chronology
"For My Baby"
"Eternal Lover"
Music sample

"For My Baby" is a song by Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston, written and produced by Rob Derbyshire and Paul "Solomon" Mullings. Dance remixes of the composition were based on a sample of "Heartache No. 9", the Delegation hit single, which scored at number fifty-seven in US Dance and number sixty-six on US R&B chart.[1]

The composition was recorded for the Full Flava's second studio album Colour of My Soul on Dôme Records, that included eleven solo songs performed by several female vocalists (Carleen Anderson, Donna Odain, Beverlei Brown, Hazel Fernandes, Romina Johnson, Alison Limerick, CeCe Peniston, and Donna Gardier).

Peniston's record was released in England as the third cut taken from Full Flava's studio set, and it was given house mixes from Dave "Leggz" Longmore and Sam Junior Bromfield, both responsible for their UK Garage production outfit known as Ruff N Tumble, and the Midlands duo KT & C.

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Track listings and formats[edit]

12", UK, #12 DOME 179[2]
  1. "For My Baby" (Ruff N Tumble Vocal Remix)
  2. "For My Baby" (KT & C Remix)
  3. "For My Baby" (Ruff N Tumble Dub)
CD, UK, #CD DOME 179[3]
  1. "For My Baby" (Radio Edit) - 3:55
  2. "For My Baby" (Ruff N Tumble Remix) - 6:25
  3. "For My Baby" (KT & C Remix) - 6:40

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Delegation - Charts & Awards". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2011-03-19. 
  2. ^ "Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston - "For My Baby" - 12", UK, #12 DOME 179". Discogs. Zink Media. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 
  3. ^ "Full Flava featuring CeCe Peniston - "For My Baby" - CD, UK, #CD DOME 179". Discogs. Zink Media. Retrieved 2011-03-20. 

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