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Baby M

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Baby M promoting "Bokura ni Kibou wo" (2011)

Baby M is a British/South African/Norwegian-Japanese popsinger/song writer. She grew up between South Africa and Japan, and started her singing career in 1999 collaborating with various South African singers and rappers. She officially debuted in 2002 as "Baby.M" under Universal Music Japan with the single "usual girl", and after the release of two singles with the label and one indie single, she re-debuted in 2009/2010 under Rhythm Zone. In 2011 she signed with Universal Records Philippines under license from avex.

The "M" of her stage name makes reference to the three important "M's" of her life; Monica, her mother, Mary and Music.



Baby M moved to the Philippines when she was only 14 with her family. Her mother, Monica, had a charitable foundation, Kapatiran Foundation, based in Manila to establish feeding centers and education programs for children in some of the poorest areas of the city. It was during visits to these centers with her mother and sister that Baby M felt she wanted to help in her own way. She decided her passion for singing was the best way she could help and started singing in the slums. This is where she was discovered by a Japanese producer. In 2000 she was dubbed The Bridge between Japan and Philippines. In 2011 she was nominated and became the Music Goodwill Ambassador for Japan to South Africa.

Japanese Discography

Baby M promoting Bhuti (2010)




Digital Singles


South African Discography


  • [2008.??.??] Mandoza - Ingwenya (#12 Good-Bye to My Love (feat. Baby M))

Philippine Discography



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