Sneha Girap (Editor)

Baby D (rapper)

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Covid-19
Birth name  Donald B. Jenkins
Years active  2000–present
Also known as  Baby D, Dizzle
Name  Baby D

Origin  Atlanta, Georgia
Role  Rapper
Occupation(s)  Actor, Rapper
Genres  Hip hop music
Baby D (rapper) ATL Rapper Baby D Bagged on Fed Drug Charges STREET

Born  November 5, 1984 (age 31) (1984-11-05)
Website  https://twitter.com/babydamg
Albums  Lil' Chopper Toy, A-Town Secret Weapon, Off da Chain, Baby D, Best Of
Associated acts  Unk, Pastor Troy, Lil' C, Lil Jon
Record labels  Epic Records, Aspire Music Group
Similar People  Unk, Pastor Troy, Hitman Sammy Sam, Lil' Flip, Gucci Mane

Baby d i m bout money


Baby D, also now known as Dizzle, (born as Donald B. Jenkins on November 5, 1984) is an Underground rapper from Atlanta. His first album, Off Da Chain, was released in 2000 on Big Oomp Records. Two years later his follow up, Lil' Chopper Toy was released. A major label bidding war ensued, garnering the young MC a multimillion-dollar deal with Epic Records. He was signed with Koch Records, and released his first mainstream album, A-Town Secret Weapon, on April 29, 2008. Three years later, in 2011, Baby D signed with Mizay Entertainment.

Contents

Baby D (rapper) Baby D Rapper Baby D Rapper Baby D Pinterest Babys

In March 2012, Baby D changed his stage name to Dizzle. On November 1, 2012, he released his third independent album entitled About My Grind. He also created his own label, AMG, or Alliance Music Group.

Baby D (rapper) Baby D

Reflexao baby d rapper


Baby D (rapper) Baby D New Songs amp Albums DJBooth

Jenkins was arrested in March 2008 for assault and cocaine trafficking. Federal charges, as well as warrants in Georgia and Tennessee, ultimately led to his arrest in Butler County, Ohio. Contrary to these allegations, Jenkins claimed in a 2010 interview with hiphopbeef.com that his trust and involvement with the wrong people led to the consequence of imprisonment. He was released from prison in 2010, and remained on house arrest until late 2011.

Guest appearances

Baby D (rapper) babyd2jpg
  • 1995: "Thangs Change" (Too $hort featuring Mali, Jamal from Illegal & Baby D)
  • 1996: "Baby D" (Too $hort featuring Baby D)
  • 2004: "Drama!" (DJ Kay Slay featuring Lil Jon, Bun B, David Banner & Baby D)
  • 2004: "We Ain't Playin" (Lil' Flip featuring Killer Mike, Baby D & Pastor Troy)
  • 2007: "Hit The Dance Floor Remix" (Unk featuring Baby D)
  • 2007: "Hold On Ho!" (Unk featuring Baby D & Parlae of Dem Franchize Boyz)
  • 2009: "Air Forces Remix" (Young Jeezy featuring Baby D)
  • 2009: "I'm a Boss" (Young Jeezy featuring Bleu Davinci & Baby D)
  • Music Videos

  • 2000: "Eastside vs Westside" (featuring Lil' C)
  • 2003: "It's Going Down" (featuring Bone Crusher & Dru)
  • 2007: "Hit The Dance Floor Remix" (Unk featuring Baby D)
  • 2007: "I'm Bout Money" (featuring Blazed)
  • 2007: "Do It"
  • 2010: "Here We Go Again"
  • 2010: "Lock Down"
  • 2012: "One Night Sum" (featuring Gucci Mane)
  • 2012: "Here We Go"
  • References

    Baby D (rapper) Wikipedia


    Topics
     
    B
    i
    Link
    H2
    L