Birdman (album)

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Studio album by Baby
Released November 26, 2002
Recorded 2001–02
Length 77:26
Label Cash Money
Baby chronology
I Need a Bag of Dope
Fast Money
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Birdman is the second studio album and major label debut by American rapper Baby. It was released on November 26, 2002, by Cash Money Records. On January 15, 2003, the album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), for the shipments of 500,000 copies in the United States.

Track listing[edit]

1."Bird Lady Talkin' (Intro)"Mannie Fresh0:54
2."Looks Like a Job 4..."Leslie Brathwaite4:26
3."Fly in Any Weather" (featuring Jazze Pha)Mannie Fresh3:15
4."Ms. Bird Pageant (Part 1)"Mannie Fresh0:40
5."Ms. Bird" (performed by Big Tymers)Mannie Fresh3:39
6."I Got To" (featuring Lil Wayne)Mannie Fresh4:14
7."Never Had Nothin'"Mannie Fresh, Leslie Brathwaite4:15
8."Baby You Can Do It" (featuring Toni Braxton)Timbaland[2]4:19
9."Ms. Bird Live from Superdome"Mannie Fresh1:08
10."What Happened to That Boy" (featuring Clipse)The Neptunes4:17
11."On the Rocks" (featuring The D Boys & Jazze Pha)Jazze Pha4:50
12."How It Be" (featuring Jermaine Dupri & TQ)Jermaine Dupri, Bryan-Michael Cox3:09
13."Heads Up" (featuring The D Boys)Jazze Pha4:42
14."Hustlas, Pimps and Thugs" (featuring 8Ball, Jazze Pha & TQ)Mannie Fresh4:56
15."Fly Away" (featuring TQ)Mannie Fresh4:03
16."Say It Ain't So" (featuring Boo & Gotti, Keith Murray & Mikkey)Mannie Fresh3:33
17."Ms. Bird Pageant (Part 3)"Mannie Fresh1:41
18."Do That..." (featuring P. Diddy, Mannie Fresh & Tateeze)Jazze Pha5:01
19."Ice Cold" (featuring TQ & Jazze Pha)Jazze Pha4:26
20."Ms. Bird Pageant (Part 4)"Mannie Fresh0:42
21."Ghetto Life" (featuring Lil Wayne, Cam'ron & TQ)Swizz Beatz4:28
22."Keeps Spinnin" (featuring T.I., Petey Pablo, TQ, Mannie Fresh, Stone, Wolf, Bizzy, Gilly & Mikkey)Mannie Fresh4:48
Total length:77:26

Chart history[edit]

Chart (2002)[3] Peak
US Billboard 200 24
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) 4


  1. ^ "Baby :: Birdman :: Cash Money Records/Universal". December 10, 2002. Retrieved January 16, 2012.
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  3. ^ Baby a.k.a. the #1 Stunna - Birdman (2002) chart history