Fantasia - Baby Mama

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"Baby Mama" is a song by American singer Fantasia from her debut studio album, Free Yourself (2004).

The song was released on May 3, 2005, as the third single from the album. It was written by Barbara Acklin, Vito Colapietro, Neely Dinkins, Harold Lilly, and Eugene Record and produced by Co-Stars and Harold Lilly.

The single was a moderate commercial success in the United States, peaking at number sixteen on the U.S Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop and number sixty on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 charts.

The song is very meaningful to Fantasia because it was written as an anthem to inspire single mothers across the United States to follow their dreams. Fantasia has stated that "Baby Mama" is dedicated to "all of those single moms out there who tough it out to take care of the kids and work two jobs, go to school". Critics have accused the song sending the wrong message about sexual activity and pregnancy to teens. The song takes its title from the slang term baby mama. 

The song contains a sample of "There'll Never Be Any Peace (Until God Is Seated at the Conference Table)" by the Chi-Lites.
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