Baby D’s early singles between 1991 and 1994 were “underground” hits, but failed to cross over into the pop mainstream. Two of them scraped into the lower end of the Top 75. “Let Me Be Your Fantasy” was the exception, in that although it had not made the Top 75 at all when first released in 1992, it continued to be a small but steady seller, hanging around the bottom half of the unpublished Top 200 listing for two years and clocking up sales of around 40,000. It also reached the number one spot in the dance chart, staying there for two weeks. In 1994, the track was signed by London Records and re-released, at which point it promptly debuted on the chart at #3 and then spent two weeks at #1, this time selling about 400,000 copies.
In the summer of 1995 Baby D reached number three with a rave version of the Korgis’ 1980 ballad“Everybody’s Got To Learn Sometime”, re-titled “I Need Your Loving”. Other hits followed, plus and a Top 5 album “Deliverance”.
Summer of 2008 saw the band perform at the massive dance rave of GLOBAL GATHERING…. As well as their great love of music and performing live, the Baby D fan-base is and has always been, still extremely important to them. “Let me be your fantasy” remains an all time favourite dance anthem.
Baby D is constantly performing at venues and raves all over the country and abroad, countries including Poland, Germany, Ireland, Scotland, Spain Mainland and Islands, Greece and the Islands and the Middle East.