|Studio album by Big Daddy Kane|
|Released||September 13, 1994|
|Genre||East Coast hip hop|
Big Daddy Kane|
Easy Mo Bee
|Big Daddy Kane chronology|
Daddy's Home is the sixth album by emcee, Big Daddy Kane. It is Big Daddy Kane's only album on MCA Records, released in September 13, 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. Kane's longtime producer Easy Mo Bee produced three songs on Daddy's Home and was set to bring in a fourth song for the album. However, Kane rejected it. Easy Mo Bee later gave the track to the Notorious B.I.G., which he would use for the song "Warning" for his 1994 debut Ready To Die.
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.
|2.||"Brooklyn Style... Laid Out" (featuring Scoob Lover)||Easy Mo Bee||3:56|
|3.||"In the PJ's" (featuring Scoob Lover)||Big Daddy Kane||4:06|
|4.||"Show & Prove" (featuring Scoob Lover, Sauce Money, Shyheim, Jay-Z and Ol' Dirty Bastard)||DJ Premier||5:47|
|6.||"That's How I Did 'Em"||Easy Mo Bee||3:24|
|7.||"Sex According to the Prince of Darkness"||Da Rock||3:44|
|8.||"3 Forties & a Bottle of Moet"||Big Daddy Kane||1:39|
|9.||"The Way It's Goin' Down"||Easy Mo Bee||4:01|
|10.||"Somebody's Been Sleeping In My Bed"||Big Daddy Kane||3:19|
|11.||"W.G.O.N.R.S." (featuring Easy Dred and Junior P)||Big Daddy Kane||4:37|
|12.||"Let Yourself Go"||Kool T, Crush||4:09|
|13.||"Don't Do It to Yourself" (featuring Scoob Lover)||Big Daddy Kane||4:51|
|Billboard Hot 100||Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks||Hot Rap Singles|
|1994||"In the PJ's"||-||-||#31|
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