|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||Dance Baby||2||Audio||1984||Island Records|
|3||Not Too Young (To Fall In Love)||2||Audio||1985||Island Records|
|5||Dance Baby||2||Audio||1984||Island Records|
|6||Not Too Young (To Fall In Love)||2||Audio||1985||Prism|
|9||Not Too Young (To Fall In Love)||2||Audio||1985||Prism|
|10||Dance Baby||2||Audio||1984||Island Records|
|12||Not Too Young (To Fall In Love)||2||Audio||1985||Prism|
|13||Dance Baby||2||Audio||1984||Island Records|
Ribeiro began his career at the age of eight. From ages 10 to 13, he released several single recordings. True stardom came in 1983, when he originated the title role of the Broadway musical "The Tap Dance Kid". He also appeared in one of Michael Jackson's Pepsi television commercials as a dancer in 1984.
He is best known for his role as spoiled rich-kid Carlton Banks in "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" from 1990 to 1996 and in 1996 he took home a NAACP Image Award in the Best Supporting Actor category for this role.