Celebrate Stevie J With His 10 Greatest Mega-Hit Songs

Long before he trademarked the rat face, Love & Hip Hop Atlanta starĀ Stevie J. had another career as an uber successful music producer and industry impresario! Way back in the mythical time we call the ’90s, Stevie was a head honcho at Bad Boy Entertainment, where he worked side-by-side with Diddy (or Puff Daddy, at the time) to bring us some of our favorite songs of the decade. In honor of Stevie, we’ve decided to but the love triangles and his infamous facial expression behind us and celebrate his STELLAR recording career. Read on to check 10 classics we owe to Stevie J!

  1. “You Don’t Have To Worry” by New Edition featuring Missy “Misdemeanor” Elliott (1996)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #7 on Billboard R&B Charts

  2. “Friend Of Mine” by Kelly Price featuring R.Kelly & Ronald Isley (1998)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-writer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #72 on Billboard Hot 100, #1 on Billboard R&B Charts

  3. “Breakdown” by Mariah Carey featuring Bone Thugs-n-Harmony (1998)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer, co-writer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #53 on Billboard Hot 100, #4 on Billboard R&B Charts

  4. “Love @ First Sight” by Mary J. Blige featuring Method Man (2003)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #22 on Billboard Hot 100, #10 on Billboard R&B Charts

  5. “Only You” by 112 (1996)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #13 on Billboard Hot 100, #3 on Billboard R&B Charts

  6. “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” by Eve featuring Gwen Stefani (2001)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-writer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #2 on Billboard Hot 100, #6 on Billboard R&B Charts

  7. “Mo Money Mo Problems” by Notorious B.I.G. featuring Puff Daddy & Mase (1997)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Producer, co-writer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 2 weeks, #2 on Billboard R&B Charts

  8. “Honey” by Mariah Carey (1997)

    STEVIE J’S ROLE: Co-producer

    PEAK CHART POSITION: #1 on Billboard Hot 100 for 3 weeks, #2 on Billboard R&B Charts

  9. “Can’t Nobody Hold Me Down” by Puff Daddy featuring Mase (1997)

    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

  10. “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy & Faith Evans featuring 112 (1997)

    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