Don'T MISS Iconic 2000s Rapper Baby Bash
First rising to prominence as part of the vanguard of LA's underground Latin rap scene, Baby Bash AKA Baby Beesh set himself apart with a heady blend of Chicano roots rap, crunk, gangster rap and R&B, as well as a sweetly soulful singing voice that shined next to his rapping skills. Impressed by Texas' support of its local musos and artists, he moved to Houston in 1998, breaking into the mainstream with his critically acclaimed debut album Savage Dreams just four years later. Don't miss the 'Suga Suga' hitmaker during a winter tour of the US this year!
The Mexican-American rapper went on to release nine studio albums since Savage Dreams, collaborating with the likes of Lucky Luciano, Jay Tee, Latino Velvet and the Lone Star Ridaz along the way. Fusing found samples with sparse Southern boom-tap-clap beats, ivory-tickling and guitar strumming, Baby Bash isn't afraid to slow things down to allow nuance to shine, often singing and rapping about love lost, love won and the emotional rollercoaster in between.