Congratulations are in order for Next lead singer RL Huggar!

The '90s R&B star welcomed a baby girl with wife Lena last month, and shared an adorable photo of the newborn on Instagram.

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"My lil supertaR," he captioned the pic of his daughter Rory, who already has a head full of beautiful red hair.

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My lil superstaR.

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The 39-year-old singer, best known for his songs "Too Close and "Wifey" also opened up about the birth of his second child on the social media platform.

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"At 9:16pm my baby @ourrorystory came into this world. I'm going to love her, protect her, & show her how amazing God is," he wrote. "The moments that you can't stop smiling are the best."

He also penned a song for his baby girl, with lyrics such as, "Anything that you've dreamed of, I believe that you can be it" and "I'll support you, I'll encourage you cuz I believe in you."

RL tied the knot with his "wifey" last year, who proudly showed off her baby bump during the ceremony.

"Words will never be able to express this feeling. I married the man of my dreams," she wrote. "I am so happy and overjoyed! God has truly blessed us. We look forward to a lifetime of happiness. And then there were 3…We are counting down the months to meet our babygiRL."

In a 2012 interview, RL opened up about his struggles with depression.

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"I tried to commit suicide my senior year in high school, but in my younger years I thought about it frequently," he told Soul Train. It’s an on-going battle and I’ve suffered from low self-esteem since I was about 5 years old."

He continued, "A lot of the success we had before I don’t remember it all. I don’t really bask in past glories. If you come to my home, you wouldn’t know an artist lived here unless you were just downstairs with everything else, because music doesn’t define me; I define my music. So I’ve learned to really just enjoy it and step back and look at what I’m accomplishing at that moment."