Baby D (UK crossover pop / breakbeat hardcore group)
Mobo award winner and dance sensation Baby D is one of the the UK’s Biggest dance success, with more than a million single sales worldwide a chart topping debut album ‘Deliverance’, 4 top hit singles ’ I need your loving ( Everybodys gotta learn sometime ) , ‘So Pure’ , ‘Take me to heaven’ and the no.1 hit ‘Let me be your fantasy’ which stayed in the national charts for over 2 years and sold over in excess of 340,000 copies in its 1st week of release alone. The band now consists of Baby D ( Dee fearon ), Mc Nino ( Terry jones ) and Mc Micro ( Raymond wright ). The name Baby D originated from Dee herself, She is very tiny at around 5ft1 hence BabyDee to the abbreviated ‘Baby D’. Baby D has constantly been playing live from the 90’s to present day and appear all over the UK and Europe at the big name venues and events, highlights including Global Gathering, Dance island, Raindance, Epidemik, Radio 1 live, Mtv’s most wanted and Moondance. They are fiercely loyal to their fans, have reached cult status and believe the music should speak for itself. In the summer of 2009 Baby D teamed up with Dj Carl Kennedy to remix and re release the Bands No.1 hit ‘Let me be your fantasy’, This was a huge success and featured heavily on National radio playlists and venues all accross the UK europe. Baby D has been involved with many other artists including ‘The Prodigy’ and featured on their ‘Music for a jilted generation’ album on the track ‘Break & Enter’, this track used a sample from Baby D’s casanova track. The prodigy then remixed this track in their own style and was released on the casanova cd single and the limited edition ‘Deliverance’ album. Other artists Baby D has been involved with include The Ratpack, The Chemical Brothers and Goldie. Baby D is currently working on a new album and touring all accross the UK and Europe, one of these new tracks from the album ‘One life feel free’ is being showcased within the live show and has recieved unprecidented support from the masses.