Baby Chris Insignia
Name Chris Lighty
Voiced By Himself
Crew Crow
Dragon House Crew (DJFFNYTT)
Appears in Def Jam Fight For NY
Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover
Venue Hangout Seventh Heaven
Fighting Style Kickboxing
Strengths Lower Strength
Blazin' Move (s) Violator
"Hey, you think you're gonna come in my house and take my shit? That ain't happening!"
—Baby Chris

Baby Chris is a featured fighter in Def Jam series and is a playable character in Def Jam Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover. He was voiced and modeled after the late Chris Lighty.


This Bronx native is the head of Violator, and is a powerhouse on the urban music scene. Growing up, he learned respect for the streets and a belief that its culture deserves worldwide attention. Now he is ready to take his career to the next level. In 1999, Lighty sold off the Violator roster to Def Jam and has since embarked on a new chapter in his career at Jive where he has relaunched the new Violator and also serves as senior vice president at Jive.

Def Jam Fight For NY

Baby Chris knows how to handle himself. As a Kickboxing fighter, Baby Chris is well rounded with very strong lower body power. He joins up with Crow and fights at Seventh Heaven, in Chelsea.


  • "Damn, you just got violated son! That was nasty." - Victory Outro
  • "Whatcha gonna do, boy?" - Environmental Grapple
  • "VIOLATOR!" - Blazin' Taunt
  • "Yo! I said stay down! - During or After "Violator"



  • Baby Chris' blazin move is named after his company Violator.
  • On August 30, 2012, Lighty was found dead on the patio of his South Riverdale, Bronx apartment from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, although the suicide claim was questioned by his brother and others of Lighty's friends.
Crow's Crew
Leader: Crow
Magic · Baby Chris · Bless · Crack · Trejo · Bone Crusher · Bubba Sparxxx · Crazy Legs · David Banner · Elephant Man · Fam-Lay · Havoc · Ice-T · Lil' Flip · Mack 10 · O.E. · Prodigy · Sean Paul · Slick Rick · Warren G · Xzibit
Female Members: Carmen Electra · Lil' Kim