“Let Me Blow Ya Mind” by Eve feat. Gwen Stefani
Well, duh. At the time this popular track came to fruition, Eve was still in a relationship with producer Stevie J (and who knows, he could have been in a relationship with somebody else too knowing his track record). But he received co-writing credits for the song, while Dr. Dre and Scott Storch took over as producers of the hit. It went on to earn Eve a Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration.
“Only You” by 112 feat. Notorious BIG
Alongside Diddy, Stevie J was a producer on this classic song, which was the debut single for this R&B quartet. The song was number one on multiple charts, including the Hot R&B one, and it charted at #7 on the Hot 100.
“I’ll Be Missing You” by Diddy feat. Faith Evans and 112
Stevie definitely helped Diddy create some his biggest hits during Bad Boy’s golden days. Aside from having a hand in the greatness that was “All About the Benjamins,” Stevie J and Diddy were credited as producers of the epically successful track, “I’ll Be Missing You,” a number put together in honor of Notorious BIG, who was killed a few months before the song’s release. Not only was it the first rap song to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100, but it still remains as one of the best selling singles of all time.
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