Stevie J’s Top 10 Smash Hit Songs

Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta star Stevie J. might be better known these days for being the focal point in a love triangle with Mimi and Joseline, but he’s been making paper for nearly two decades now thanks to his amazing talents as a music producer. And he wasn’t just a run-of-the-mill session guy, either: Mr. Rat Face himself was responsible for some of the biggest hits of the ’90s during his time at Bad Boy Entertainment, where he was P. Diddy’s go to guy and leader of the Hitmen, a group of in-house producers and writers. Here’s a comprehensive look at STEVIE J’S TOP 10 SMASH HIT SONGS.


#10.

SONG: “You Don’t Have To Worry” (1996)
ARTIST: New Edition featuring Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #7 on Billboard R&B Charts

#9.

SONG: “Friend Of Mine” (1998)
ARTIST: Kelly Price featuring R.Kelly & Ronald Isley
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-writer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #72 on Billboard Hot 100, #1 on Billboard R&B Charts

#8.

SONG: “Breakdown” (1998)
ARTIST: Mariah Carey featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer, co-writer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #53 on Billboard Hot 100, #4 on Billboard R&B Charts

#7.

SONG: “Love @ First Sight” (2003)
ARTIST: Mary J. Blige featuring Method Man
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #22 on Billboard Hot 100, #10 on Billboard R&B Charts

#6.

SONG: “Only You” (1996)
ARTIST: 112
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #13 on Billboard Hot 100, #3 on Billboard R&B Charts

#5.

SONG: “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” (2001)
ARTIST: Eve featuring Gwen Stefani
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-writer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #2 on Billboard Hot 100, #6 on Billboard R&B Charts

#4.

SONG: “Mo Money Mo Problems” (1997)
ARTIST: Notorious B.I.G. featuring Puff Daddy & Mase
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Producer, co-writer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, #2 on Billboard R&B Charts

#3.

SONG: “Honey” (1997)
ARTIST: Mariah Carey
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, #2 on Billboard R&B Charts

#2.

SONG: “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” (1997)
ARTIST: Puff Daddy featuring Mase
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 6 weeks, #1 on Billboard R&B Charts for 6 weeks

#1.

SONG: “I’ll Be Missing You” (1997)
ARTIST: Puff Daddy & Faith Evans featuring 112
STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer
PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 11 weeks, #1 on Billboard R&B Charts for 8 weeks