"Big Daddy" was the lead single from Heavy D's
sixth album, Waterbed Hev.

by Heavy D and Tony Dofat and featuring vocals from Keanna Henson, "Big
Daddy" was a success, peaking at 18 on the 
Billboard Hot
, becoming Heavy D's second biggest hit after 1991's "Now That We Found Love", which
reached No. 11 on the Hot 100. The single also earned a gold certification on
May 6, 1997 for sales of 500,000 copies and reached 73 on 
Billboard's Year-End Hot 100 singles of 1997.
The official remix sampled 
Soul II Soul's
1989 hit "
Back to Life
(However Do You Want Me)
" and featured a guest verse from McGruff