Personnel include: Baby Bash (rap vocals); Avant (vocals); E-40, Grimm, Akon, Lucky Luciano, Nate Dogg, Paul Wall , Angel Dust, Pitbull, Bosko (rap vocals); Natalie (background vocals).
After years of honing his style with kindred spirits South Park Mexican, Kid Frost, and others, the gifted Houston, Texas rapper Baby Bash finally released a remarkably diverse solo debut, THA SMOKIN' NEPHEW in 2003. Bash clearly immersed himself in music from an early age, and his love of hip-hop pours out of every track on his follow-up, SUPER SAUCY.
Bash easily works an obscure and unlikely sample (for example, a clip from the mostly forgotten 1970s pop hit, the Glass Bottle's "I Ain't Got Time Anymore") into a delicate hip-hop/R&B ballad featuring Akon ("No Way Jose"). On the next track, he turns around and delivers a Dirty South club anthem with E-40 on "Keep It 100." The album hits a fever pitch on shout-out track "Trees," which opens on an invocation, and slips into a reggae call, before serving up an infectious Miami bass/crunk mix with Pitbull and Angel Dust. Bash returns with a potent second salvo on SUPER SAUCY, a record as unpredictable and enjoyable as his first.
- Baby I'm Back - (with Akon)
- Super Saucy - (with Avant)
- That's My Lady (Money) - (with Nate Dogg)
- Throwed Off - (with Paul Wall/Natalie)
- Trees - (with Pit Bull/Angel Dust)
- Who Wit' Me?
- No Way Jose - (with Akon)
- Keep It 100 - (with E-40/Bosko)
- Step In Da Club - (with Rasheed/Lucky Luciano/Grimm)
- That's What Tha Pimpin's There For - (with Suga Free/Money Mike/Chingo Bling)
- Bubbalicious - (with Natalie)
- Better Than I Can Tell Ya - (with Richie Rich/A-Wax/Russell Lee)
- Hennessey - (with Mac Dre/Jay Tee/Miami The Most)
- Outro - (with Butch Cassidy/Don Cisco/Nino Brown/Russell Lee/Mr. Kee)
- Obsession - (bonus track, with 3rd Wish)