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also baby daddy  (bā′bē-dăd′ē)
n. pl. ba·by·dad·dies Slang
The father of a woman's child, especially of a child born out of wedlock.

[African American Vernacular English baby daddy, baby's daddy (probably influenced by Caribbean English baby-father, babydaddy).]
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To me the studio album is my real focus but it would not exist without the live shows, and that's what Jake (Shears) and Ana (Matronic) live for," multiinstrumentalist Babydaddy tells me.
Kylie and the Scissors go way back - the New York band co-wrote her White Diamond song, performed in her Showgirl tour two years go, and Jake co-wrote her hit I Believe In You with bandmate BABYDADDY.
Babydaddy and I recorded with most of the Roxy members a couple of years ago, for their unseen and unheard new album.
The Sisters comprise singers Jake Shears and Ana Matronic, guitarist Del Marquis, Paddy Boom on drums and multi-instrumentalist and producer Babydaddy.
Babydaddy comments: "Scissor Sisters have called all of their surviving grandparents to gush with excitement at playing Trafalgar Square.
The following summer, [band mate] Babydaddy and I went back together, and by that time we had a 12-inch pressed.
The Sisters are Paddy Boom (drums), Babydaddy (bass, keys), Jake Shears and Ana Matronic (vocals), and Del Marquis (guitar).
Artists everywhere are clamouring to collaborate with the ridiculouslynamed Ana Matronic, Jake Shears, Paddy Boom, Babydaddy and Del Marquis, who make up the band.
Born two decades too late for the decadence of New York's infamous Studio 54, the extravagant disco kings (and queen) - wide-eyed frontman, Jake Shears, Babydaddy, Ana Matronic, Paddy Boom and Del Marquis - are here to inject some carefree camp groove into the UK music scene.
And joined by Paddy, guitarist Del Marquis and multi-instrumentalist Babydaddy, they're ready to cut up any dance floor.