The Isley Brothers Featuring Ronald Isley
Aka Mr. Biggs To Release Baby Makin' Music, April 11th On Def Soul
New album celebrates fives decades of music from the Isley Brothers
(January 30, 2006 Ã¢Â€Â“ New York, NY) "Just Came Here to Chill," produced by Troy Taylor and Gordon Chambers is the lead single from Baby Makin' Music. The album also features production by a slew of some of today's hottest R&B producers, including Jermaine Dupri (mega-producer for multi-platinum artists, such as Mariah Carey and Usher), Tim and Bob (the music masterminds behind, Bobby Valentino) and Manuel Seal, Jr.
Baby Makin' Music follows up the May 2003 release of the Isley Brothers' album Body Kiss R&B collaboration with younger brother Ernie Isley. Produced (and mostly written) by R. Kelly, the album featured Ronald's alter ego 'Mr. Biggs' on the pop/R&B crossover hit, "What Would You Do?" (Mr. Biggs was first introduced on the Isley Brothers' 2001 album Eternal).
Baby Makin' Music celebrates the return of the Isley Brothers to the Island Def Jam Music Group. The long-awaited return to center-stage for Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame inductee Ronald Isley aka 'Mr. Biggs' has finally arrived. BABY MAKIN' MUSIC, by the Isley Brothers featuring Ronald Isley aka 'Mr. Biggs,' their first album for Def Jam's Def Soul Recordings, will hit the stores on April 11th.