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Baby Bash

Baby Bash

Hip Hop Houston, TX  US
HotBoxinTheVan - Paul Wall & Baby Bash ft Marcus Manchild
HotBoxinTheVan - Paul Wall & Baby Bash ft Marcus Manchild
Baby Bash feat. Miguel - "Slide Over"
Baby Bash feat. Miguel - "Slide Over"

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Baby Bash feat. Miguel - "Slide Over" OFFICIAL VIDEO

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  • Sat

    Sep 12

    Long Beach, CA, US | 3:30pm

    Troublesome will be performing live with Ice Cube, Ashanti, T-Pain, Baby Bash, 2nd II None and Rappin 4 Tay Sept. 12th at the beautiful Queen Mary in the city of Long Beach !!! He will have his booth out there with a full inventory of his TM Clothing West Coast clothing line out there for purchase. Get your shirts signed by Cube himself !!!

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  • Sat

    Sep 26

    Bismarck, ND, US | 7:00pm

    Saturday, September 26at 7:00pm Bismarck Event Center 315 S 5th St, Bismarck, North Dakota 58504 Ticket Prices So Everyone Knows Now Pre Sale $30 seats Floor $40 Starts Friday Aug.21 Advance Tickets starting at $35 ranging To $60 Hosted by Chiefin' Entertainment West Coast Fest. Bone Thugs and Harmony, Warren G, Baby Bash,WC, and Special Guests, Young Therobreds, VeliOfficial , M.a.a.c, and Bonaphied Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is an American hip hop group from Cleveland, Ohio. It consists of rappers Krayzie Bone, Layzie Bone, Bizzy Bone, Wish Bone and Flesh-N-Bone. American West Coast rapper Eazy-E, former member of rap group N.W.A, signed Bone Thugs-n-Harmony to Ruthless Records in late 1993, when Bone Thugs debuted with their EP Creepin on ah Come Up. The EP included their breakout hit single "Thuggish Ruggish Bone". In 1995, the group released its second album E. 1999 Eternal, which included hits "1st of tha Month" and "East 1999." A tribute to the recently deceased Eazy-E, titled "Tha Crossroads", won a Grammy award in 1997. The Art of War, the group's third album, was also released in 1997. Bone Thugs is also the only group that has worked with deceased artists 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Eazy-E & Big Pun while they were still alive. The editors of ranked them #12 on their list of the "25 Best Rap Groups of All Time",[1] and MTV called them "the most melodic hip-hop group of all time".[2] In 2000, BTNHResurrection reached platinum in one month and Thug World Order (2002) received more moderate sales and promotion, going Gold and peaking at #3 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. After the album the group went on hiatus and released their sixth studio album Thug Stories independently before returning in 2007 with the major label release Strength & Loyalty, this time released by Swizz Beatz's label Full Surface Records. Bone Thugs-n-Harmony officially returned with their new album Uni-5: The World's Enemy, released in 2010 by their own record label, BTNH Worldwide, with distribution by Warner Bros. Due to conflicts within the group, longtime members Krayzie Bone and Wish Bone officially left the group in April 2011 to work with their independent label, The Life Ent. However, in 2012, Krayzie and Wish claimed they never really left and were in a state of mind where everything felt hopeless, thus claiming to quit. They would later return, officially re-unifying the group. In August 2013, Layzie Bone announced that he would be stepping aside to work more on his solo career.[1] Also, in the same month, Bone signed with eOne Entertainment (formerly known as Koch Records). Warren g Throughout his early solo career, Warren G worked with artists like MC Breed and 2Pac, but his big break came when his vocal collaboration with Mista Grimm, on "Indo Smoke", appeared on the Poetic Justice soundtrack (1992). Warren's outstanding rap led to a serious collaboration with his stepbrother Dr. Dre. Dedicated to hard work, that same year, Warren G made major contributions to Dr. Dre's album The Chronic (released in December 1992), including sampling for "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang". Worldwide recognition as a solo artist came immediately after Warren G dropped the smash hit "Regulate"; a duet with Nate Dogg, which topped the charts in 1994. The accompanying album Regulate...G Funk Era (1994) went triple platinum with "This D.J.", becoming Warren's second Top 10 hit. The album sold four million copies worldwide, with three million of those sold in the US (certified 3x platinum). Had Warren G signed with Death Row, he would have been one of the label's biggest selling acts at the time. 1994 would also see Warren G doing a track with former NBA Slam Dunk Champion and NBA All-Star Cedric Ceballos on B-Ball's Best Kept Secret, a rap album with tracks done almost exclusively by early 1990s NBA players. He would score a #2 hit on the UK singles chart with Adina Howard with "What's Love Got to Do With It", from the soundtrack album to the movie Supercop (1992). Warren G's second album, Take a Look Over Your Shoulder (1997, Reality), features two singles: the hit "I Shot the Sheriff"(US #20, UK#2), a gold single in the US; and "Smokin' Me Out" (US #35, UK#14). The album went gold, selling just over 500,000 copies; less than the 3 million sales of his debut CD. Together with the Norwegian superstar soprano Sissel Kyrkjebø, Warren G had a hit in several European countries with "Prince Igor" on the concept album The Rapsody Overture (1998). The album combined American rappers with European opera singers. Sissel sang an aria from Borodin's opera Prince Igor (first performed in 1890)during the chorus, while Warren rapped the lyrics from his song "Reality" off "Take a look over your shoulder". Warren G had signed to the independent label Restless Records by the release of his third album I Want It All (1999). The album offered a jazz-rock fusion style and featured a host of guests including Snoop Dogg, Mack 10, Kurupt, and Eve. The first single, "I Want It All" (US #23), sampled the song "I Like It" by DeBarge and went gold. Second single "Game Don't Wait" peaked at #58 on the US R&B Chart. The album was certified platinum in the US. For his fourth album, Warren G returned to major label distribution; Universal Records released his The Return of the Regulator (2001). The album had one single released, "Lookin' at You", which peaked at #72 on the R&B singles chart. By 2004, Warren G, Snoop Dogg, and Nate Dogg had reunited their group 213 and released the album The Hard Way on TVT Records, which contained the single "Groupie Luv". The song topped at #48 on the R&B chart. The album, however, peaked at #4 on the US Top 200 Albums chart, and was certified gold. Warren G released his next new album, In the Mid-Nite Hour October 11, 2005. In December 2005, he signed with UniqueInc LTD (UK); the UK & Éire, Craze Productions of London did the digital distribution and sales on mobile and online, and Hawino Records did the same for the North America release. That year, Warren G also appeared on the reality television show Celebrity Fit Club. In 2006, he produced the theme song for Ice Cube's TV show, Black. White. On March 22, Warren G made a song called "Mr. President", addressing the 2008 presidential candidate race and encouraged everyone to vote. He also appeared in Celebrity Rap Superstar as a mentor. Three of Warren G's albums have featured a song by 213: "Game Don't Wait", which appeared on his third album I Want It All. "Yo' Sassy Ways" appeared on his fourth album The Return of the Regulator; and "PYT" appeared on his fifth album In the Mid-Nite Hour (2005). In 2009, he released his sixth studio album titled The G Files. After the death of Nate Dogg in March 2011, Warren G released the song "This Is Dedicated To You" to honor his childhood friend and close musical collaborator. The song received positive reviews and continues to perform well. To honor Nate Dogg's life and work, all proceeds from the sale of this song went directly to Nate Dogg’s mother, family, and charity organization. Although deeply affected by Nate Dogg's death Warren G has carried on as a solo artist, working on multiple projects, and he has made multiple public appearances to promote various charities and musical venues.[clarification needed] Overall, Warren G has sold eight to ten million records.[when?][citation needed] From June to September 2013, Warren G accompanied Baby Bash, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik, E-40, Mack 10, Suga Free, Tha Dogg Pound, and others on the West Coast Fest tour.[2] On the 13th of July 2015, Warren G released the first single "My House[3]" for his upcoming album "Regulate.. G Funk Era" which also features Nate Dogg. The album will be released on the 6th of August 2015 Baby Bash Throughout his early solo career, Warren G worked with artists like MC Breed and 2Pac, but his big break came when his vocal collaboration with Mista Grimm, on "Indo Smoke", appeared on the Poetic Justice soundtrack (1992). Warren's outstanding rap led to a serious collaboration with his stepbrother Dr. Dre. Dedicated to hard work, that same year, Warren G made major contributions to Dr. Dre's album The Chronic (released in December 1992), including sampling for "Nuthin' but a 'G' Thang". Worldwide recognition as a solo artist came immediately after Warren G dropped the smash hit "Regulate"; a duet with Nate Dogg, which topped the charts in 1994. The accompanying album Regulate...G Funk Era (1994) went triple platinum with "This D.J.", becoming Warren's second Top 10 hit. The album sold four million copies worldwide, with three million of those sold in the US (certified 3x platinum). Had Warren G signed with Death Row, he would have been one of the label's biggest selling acts at the time. 1994 would also see Warren G doing a track with former NBA Slam Dunk Champion and NBA All-Star Cedric Ceballos on B-Ball's Best Kept Secret, a rap album with tracks done almost exclusively by early 1990s NBA players. He would score a #2 hit on the UK singles chart with Adina Howard with "What's Love Got to Do With It", from the soundtrack album to the movie Supercop (1992). Warren G's second album, Take a Look Over Your Shoulder (1997, Reality), features two singles: the hit "I Shot the Sheriff"(US #20, UK#2), a gold single in the US; and "Smokin' Me Out" (US #35, UK#14). The album went gold, selling just over 500,000 copies; less than the 3 million sales of his debut CD. Together with the Norwegian superstar soprano Sissel Kyrkjebø, Warren G had a hit in several European countries with "Prince Igor" on the concept album The Rapsody Overture (1998). The album combined American rappers with European opera singers. Sissel sang an aria from Borodin's opera Prince Igor (first performed in 1890)during the chorus, while Warren rapped the lyrics from his song "Reality" off "Take a look over your shoulder". Warren G had signed to the independent label Restless Records by the release of his third album I Want It All (1999). The album offered a jazz-rock fusion style and featured a host of guests including Snoop Dogg, Mack 10, Kurupt, and Eve. The first single, "I Want It All" (US #23), sampled the song "I Like It" by DeBarge and went gold. Second single "Game Don't Wait" peaked at #58 on the US R&B Chart. The album was certified platinum in the US. For his fourth album, Warren G returned to major label distribution; Universal Records released his The Return of the Regulator (2001). The album had one single released, "Lookin' at You", which peaked at #72 on the R&B singles chart. By 2004, Warren G, Snoop Dogg, and Nate Dogg had reunited their group 213 and released the album The Hard Way on TVT Records, which contained the single "Groupie Luv". The song topped at #48 on the R&B chart. The album, however, peaked at #4 on the US Top 200 Albums chart, and was certified gold. Warren G released his next new album, In the Mid-Nite Hour October 11, 2005. In December 2005, he signed with UniqueInc LTD (UK); the UK & Éire, Craze Productions of London did the digital distribution and sales on mobile and online, and Hawino Records did the same for the North America release. That year, Warren G also appeared on the reality television show Celebrity Fit Club. In 2006, he produced the theme song for Ice Cube's TV show, Black. White. On March 22, Warren G made a song called "Mr. President", addressing the 2008 presidential candidate race and encouraged everyone to vote. He also appeared in Celebrity Rap Superstar as a mentor. Three of Warren G's albums have featured a song by 213: "Game Don't Wait", which appeared on his third album I Want It All. "Yo' Sassy Ways" appeared on his fourth album The Return of the Regulator; and "PYT" appeared on his fifth album In the Mid-Nite Hour (2005). In 2009, he released his sixth studio album titled The G Files. After the death of Nate Dogg in March 2011, Warren G released the song "This Is Dedicated To You" to honor his childhood friend and close musical collaborator. The song received positive reviews and continues to perform well. To honor Nate Dogg's life and work, all proceeds from the sale of this song went directly to Nate Dogg’s mother, family, and charity organization. Although deeply affected by Nate Dogg's death Warren G has carried on as a solo artist, working on multiple projects, and he has made multiple public appearances to promote various charities and musical venues.[clarification needed] Overall, Warren G has sold eight to ten million records.[when?][citation needed] From June to September 2013, Warren G accompanied Baby Bash, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, DJ Quik, E-40, Mack 10, Suga Free, Tha Dogg Pound, and others on the West Coast Fest tour.[2] On the 13th of July 2015, Warren G released the first single "My House[3]" for his upcoming album "Regulate.. G Funk Era" which also features Nate Dogg. The album will be released on the 6th of August 2015 WC William Loshawn Calhoun, Jr. (born February 3, 1970),[2] better known by his stage name WC (pronounced "Dub-C"), is an American rapper. He was born in Houston, Texas,[3] but moved to South Central Los Angeles at an early age. He originally was a rapper in the group Low Profile, and later formed his group WC and the Maad Circle, who first succeeded with the single "Curb servin'". He later started a solo career and has released four solo albums. He is also well known for being a member of the rap supergroup Westside Connection with Ice Cube And Mack 10. Early career A longtime staple of the gangsta rap scene, WC began his career pairing with DJ Aladdin in the group Low Profile. The group released one album called We're in This Together in 1989. He later formed his group WC and the Maad Circle, which also included fellow rapper & mentor Big Gee, Coolio, producer Sir Jinx and DJ Crazy Toones. He released two albums with his group, Ain't a Damn Thang Changed in 1991 and Curb Servin' in 1995. Solo career His solo debut The Shadiest One followed in 1998, landing in the pop Top 20 in its first week of release. "Better Days" and "Just Clownin'" were moderate R&B hits, and his second record, 2002's Ghetto Heisman, entered the pop charts as well. In 2007, he released his third solo album, Guilty by Affiliation on Lench Mob Records. Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, and Game all made an appearance on his album Guilty by Affiliation. He released his fourth solo album, Revenge of the Barracuda, on March 8, 2011. The album has featured guests like Ice Cube, Young Maylay, Daz Dillinger and Kokane. He was featured on the Danish rapper L.O.C track "Jetlag" in 2012. WC was Featured in Vicky Chand's new single Still Westsidin' in 2012. Rounding out 2012, WC was featured alongside Necro (rapper) and Big Dave (rapper) on the collaboration single 'Can't Hold Me' taken from Big Dave's debut album 'Self Made'. Westside Connection Edit In 1996, WC formed Westside Connection with Mack 10 and Ice Cube. The group's debut album, Bow Down, was released in 1996. The album reached the number 2 position on the Billboard 200, and was certified Platinum in 1996. Bow Down, the single reached number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100. The group released their second album Terrorist Threats in 2003, featuring the lead single "Gangsta Nation", which was produced by Fredwreck and featured Nate Dogg. In 2005, the group disbanded due to a conflict between Mack 10 and Ice Cube.

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Label: BashTown Music

Manager: Darryl Gooden

Bio: Ronnie Ray Bryant (born October 18, 1975), better known by his stage name Baby Bash (formerly Baby Beesh), is a Mexican-American rapper. From 1995 to 1998, he performed under the stage name Baby Beesh, as part of the Vallejo, California group Potna Duece, after which he changed the last part of t...See Full Bio

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