Baby Bash


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Baby Bash, whose real name is Ronald Ray Bryant, is an American rapper and songwriter. Born on October 18, 1975, in Vallejo, California, he has been active in the music industry since the mid-1990s. He is known for his smooth, laid-back style of hip hop, which often includes elements of funk, R&B, and Latin music.

In 2006, Baby Bash signed a recording deal with legendary music man Clive Davis, Chairman and CEO of BMG U.S., and Arista Records. Baby Bash joined a combined Arista/J Records roster of critically-acclaimed and multi-platinum selling artists such as Maroon 5, Alicia Keys, Pearl Jam, Fantasia and Jamie Foxx. Baby Bash started his musical career in Vallejo, CA where he was a member of Potna Deuce and the seminal rap group Latino Velvet back in the mid-'90s. In 2003, he inked a deal with Universal Records and released two albums, the gold-selling The Smoking Nephew and Super Saucy, which spawned the #1 hit singles Suga Suga, and Baby I'm Back. As a songwriter Baby Bash has penned smash records for artists like Frankie J's Obsession and Arista label mate Paula DeAnda's current hit Doing Too Much. Baby Bash is currently featured on the remix of Mario Vazquez's Gallery.

Baby Bash began his music career under the stage name Baby Beesh as part of the groups Potna Duece and Latino Velvet before going solo. His first album "Savage Dreams" was followed by "On Tha Cool" and "Tha Smokin' Nephew", which includes one of his most well-known hits, "Suga Suga".

In 2005, he released "Super Saucy," which served as the lead-off to his album of the same name. This album includes "Baby, I'm Back," a song featuring singer Akon that reached #19 on the Billboard Hot 100. Other notable songs in his career include "Cyclone" (featuring T-Pain) and "What It Do."

Over his career, Baby Bash has worked with a wide variety of other artists in the music industry, including Frankie J, B-Legit, South Park Mexican, and Miguel, among others. As a songwriter, he has written lyrics for artists like Paula DeAnda, Jennifer Hudson and Frankie J.