Oh, you thought Stevie J just made funny faces and pimped chicks on “Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta?” Nah, he’s made a lot of money in the 90′s and early 2000′s, producing and writing some of the biggest hits for Bad Boy and other artists. So we got to thinking….did he make the “Stevie J face” when he produced these songs? So…..The #WordEyeHeard Presents: The Top 5 Stevie J Hits…And the Faces to Match.
5. Eve ft. Gwen Stefani – “Let Me Blow Ya Mind”
While Stevie J didn’t produce this song, he wrote on the verse and hook. This song marked the reunion of Eve and Dr. Dre, and Eve’s first Grammy!
Plus, Stevie J was dating Eve at the time…..
Stevie Face: Yeeeaaa….I’m hittin that when I leave the studio…
“Watch how you rap on this track, Eve. Be a lady. You look nice, by the way.”
4. Puff Daddy ft. Busta Rhymes and Notorious B.I.G. – “Victory”
Stevie J said he got some of the samples from the movie Rocky. And since he and Mimi have been together for 15 years, the relationship started around 1997, when this song was released.
The beginning of Stevie J and Mimi’s relationship….
Stevie J Face: See Mimi over there…? I bet she stays with me for the next 15 years and puts up with my bullshit.
*Joseline creeps up from the background* “I ain’t been f*ckin nobody for the last 6 months but YOU!
3. Mariah Carey – “Honey”
Who doesn’t remember this song?? This was one of Mariah Carey’s many #1 hits, and Stevie J had the honor of producing it.
But look at what Mariah Carey had on. You know that’s how Stevie liks his women…
Stevie J face: damn…shawty lookin good in that bikini…
I wanna put them paws on her, ya feel me?
2. Notorious B.I.G. ft Puff Daddy and Ma$e – “Mo Money Mo Problems”
Um, hello! One of the biggest songs of the 90′s! This was the anthem on payday and tax refund day all around the country. And shout out to Kelly Price sounding lovely on the hook!
Aye…Stevie J was rich in the 90′s.
Stevie J face: What if one day, I can’t make hits like this anymore? I need to come up with a back-up plan…QUICK.
1. Puff Daddy ft. Faith Evans and 112 – “I’ll Be Missing You”
One of the greatest tributes ever made…and Stevie J was a part of it. This song tugged at the heart strings of everyone, whether you were a Biggie fan or not.
This is one of the biggest hits of Stevie J’s career. The career that somehow ended after the first wave of the Bad Boy era.
Stevie J face: They counted me out. Said I was out of options….thank God for reality tv! Ahhh yeea…I’m BACK!
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