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Album Review

Acknowledging crunk and guest spots more than last time out, Baby Bash offers a lighter follow-up to the excellent Tha Smokin' Nephew, one that's more fun but less filling. That's cool, because Super Saucy isn't so much a letdown as a party alternative to Nephew with the swaggering Bash sounding perfectly at home with this radio-friendlier material. Before he was basking in the Houston ghetto sun. Now he's basking in the fame and fortune Nephew brought, and you can't blame the guy for sounding "bubbalated." Slinging the slang is one of the things Bash does best on the album, along with adding some much needed freshness to the tired crooner/rapper combo, otherwise known as the "this one's for the ladies" numbers. Two of them start the album — "Baby I'm Back" with Akon and the title track with Avant — but guest shots from Nate Dogg, Paul Wall, and Pitbull bring the album back to the hood, a place where Bash excels and calls on his boy, producer Happy Perez. Perez works his busy, hooked-filled, Texas magic on numerous tracks as he borrows the beats of everyone from Petey Pablo to Pink Floyd to support Bash's winning raps. The album never runs out of ideas, and the energy is high all the way to the final track, a sparkling number that includes Bash but is really just a preview of Houston's next big thing, the Boyz II Men-sounding 3rd Wish. It's the track that really points out the album's thrown-together feel, but with so much well-done good-time music, the crowd-pleasing Super Saucy is worth considering and generally "bubbalicious." [Super Saucy was also made available in a clean version, with all explicit material removed.]

Customer Reviews

Ehh

I really liked how he mixed up his songs with different artists but he shoulda just made Baby I'm Back a single the other songs aren't even that good, this album is just like his other one Tha Smokin' Nephew only 1 or 2 good songs on that one so idk the first song is a good buy i guess

cool

the song baby i'm back is a good song

One great song does not make a good album.

Sorry guys,. Even though i am a huge fan of a couple songs like BABY IM BACK and CYCLONE (which is not in this album), i did not buy the whole album because there is just one good song. BUYING A SONG IS LIKE BUYING A BANANA. DONT BUY THE WHOLE BATCH IF ONLY ONE IS RIPE. I had to give it two stars because of baby im back though.

Biography

Born: 1975 in Vallejo, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Smooth rapper Baby Bash can't recall where he got the "Bash" moniker but his alternate name, Baby Beesh, comes from the fact he used to drive around in a Mitsubishi. Born in the Vallejo, California area in 1975 to a Latin mother and an Anglo father who both eventually became addicted to heroin, Baby Bash had some uncles who exposed him to all sorts of music and a grandmother who took over raising him. Part of the area's underground Latin rap scene, Baby Bash joined groups like Potna Deuce and Latino...
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