Baby Bash

Baby Bash is an associates producer for Hood And Associates and has produced several songs for the label. He has also recorded on several of the labels songs with their artists such as Lil Nate Dogg, and Gq Hash. Baby Bash produced Nate Dogg’s son Lil Nate Dogg on the song “Son Of A G” which he also features on. Baby Bash has been working with Hood And Associates on some of their projects since 2014.

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BABY BASH

CLICK HERE TO HEAR BABY BASH AND LIL NATE DOGG “SON OF A G” featuring Sen Dog of Cypress Hill

CLICK HERE TO HEAR BABY BASH AND LIL NATE DOGG “CALIFORNIA SUNSHINE” FEATURING YC AND GQ HASH 

Ronnie Rey Bryant, better known by his stage nameBaby Bash (formerly Baby Beesh), is an American rapper. From 1995–98, he performed under the stage name Baby Beesh, as part of Dope House Records, after which he changed the last part of the name to “Bash.”[2] His first album “Savage Dreams“, was followed by On Tha Cool; and Tha Smokin’ Nephew, which included the singles “Suga Suga” and “Shorty DooWop”. In 2005, Super Saucy was released, its lead single being “Baby, I’m Back“, a collaboration with singer AkonCyclone followed in 2007, with its title single featuring T-Pain and its follow-up, “What Is It” featuring Sean Kingston, landing on the Billboardcharts as well.[3]

He contributed to other performers’ works, including the song “Obsession (No Es Amor)” by The 3rd Wish, released in Europe and later a U.S release with a copy/re- recording of the European version, performed by Frankie J in 2005 and “Doing Too Much” by Paula DeAnda in 2006.

He has collaborated with numerous other artists during his career, such as West Coast rappers B-LegitC-Bo, Coolio- Da’unda’doggE-40[4] and Mac DreR&B singers like AkonAvantNatalieBohemiaMario, and Nate Dogg,[5] and other Latino rappers such as Fat Joe, Nino Brown, Doll-E Girl, South Park MexicanFrost,[4] and Pitbull.[6] He continues to write lyrics for singers such as Paula DeAndaJennifer Hudson and Frankie J.[7]

 

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