Amy Grant & Tori Kelley Debut Updated Version Of “Baby Baby”

Amy Grant is celebrating the 25th anniversary of her hit “Baby Baby” and has teamed up with Tori Kelly with the re-release of the song. The song went #1 on Billboard Hot 100 as well as top 10 in 10 countries, received 3 Grammy award nominations in 1992. The album “Heart In Motion was RIAA certified 5x platinum.

Grant Kelly Baby BabyGrant had been trying to move out of the Christian music industry to more secular music for a few years. She released Straight Ahead in 1984 and Unguarded in 1985 as her fifth and sixth studio albums and her first two on a new contract with A&M Records. It wasn’t until 1991 with her “Heart in Motion” album that finally gave her the push into the pop music industry.

Over the course of her career, Amy Grant has sold 30M+ albums, RIAA certified 1 Quintuple Platinum album, 1 Triple Platinum album, 1 Double Platinum, 4 Platinum albums and 6 Gold albums. She has won 6 Grammy Award winners & 26 Dove Award wins, 120,000+ albums sold in 2015, 2M+ digital track sales since 2007.

In the singles market, she had crossed over and had a prior number 1 in 1986 supporting Peter Cetera on “The Next Time I Fall in Love” but it was the first “Heart in Motion” single, “Baby Baby”, that gave Grant her first solo #1 hit. The single was written by Amy and Keith Thomas, keeping it’s spot at the top of the charts for two weeks, leading into five straight top twenty hits from the album.

Tori Kelly first came into the music scene when she was only 14 through a series of songs she posted on YouTube. Independently she released an EP back in 2012 at 19 years old. Last June she put out her debut album, “Unbreakable Smile”, on Capitol, which went to the number 2 spot on the Billboard 200.

The new revised version of “Baby Baby” won’t be released until April 29th. However, Grant did play a small part on a video she released while announcing the new single.

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