|Tha Smokin' Nephew|
|Studio album by|
|Released||September 23, 2003|
|Label||Universal, Dope House Records|
|Producer||Baby Bash (exec.), Big Ice, Charles Chavez (exec.), Happy Perez, Mario Ayala, Mike Cee, Oral Bee, Shadow|
|Baby Bash chronology|
|Singles from Tha Smokin' Nephew|
Tha Smokin' Nephew is the first major label studio album by the rapper Baby Bash and his third album overall. Released on September 23, 2003 by Universal Records, it entered the Billboard 200 at number 48.Five months after its release, the album was certified Gold by the RIAA. By March 2005, the album had sold 531,000 copies in the United States.
Suga Suga is a song by American rapper Baby Bash featuring Frankie J. The song was written by both singers and was released on July 21, 2003, as the second and final single from Baby Bash's third studio album, Tha Smokin' Nephew (2003). It is Baby Bash's highest-charting song on the US Billboard Hot 100, reaching number seven, and it appeared on several international rankings, including the New Zealand Singles Chart, where it peaked at number one. It has received sales certifications in Australia, Germany, New Zealand, and the United States.
A second single named Shorty Doowop featuring Tiffany Villarreal et Russell Lee was released in 2004.
Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews gave the album high praise for Happy Perez's Hispanic-influenced production and Bash's smooth, laid-back delivery, concluding that "Bash may be a long-time veteran of hip-hop and latin rap, but he represents the newest trends and emerging dopeness of regionally recognized hispanic hip-hop to the best and fullest. Easily one of 2003's "must cop" albums, Tha Smokin' Nephew will open many eyes and please just as many ears."AllMusic's David Jeffries also praised Perez's production for being energetic and cohesive, and Bash's lyrical content for containing different topics, concluding that "At 17 tracks it runs a little long, but there are only a few seeds and sticks to pick out of Baby Bash's fat bag." Jonah Weiner of Blender panned the album for its lady-focused lyrical content being mediocrely delivered over subpar production. He added that the single "Suga Suga" was the only noteworthy track on the album.
|1||"Suga Suga"||Frankie J||3:59|
|2||"Yeh Suh!"||Max Minelli||4:04|
|3||"Weed Hand"||Grimm & Lucky Luciano||4:19|
|4||"Shorty Doo-Wop"||Russell Lee & Perla Cruz||3:18|
|5||"On tha Curb"||David Wade||3:53|
|6||"Sexy Eyes (Da Da Da Da)"||Russell Lee||4:29|
|7||"Image of a Pimp"||Oral Bee & Lucky Luciano||4:01|
|8||"Early in the Morning"||Mario Ayala & Meno Bay Bee||4:46|
|9||"Feeling Me"||Russell Lee||3:53|
|10||"Oh Wow"||Merciless & Happy Perez||3:55|
|11||"Changed My Life"||Grimm||3:51|
|12||"Stay Perkin'"||Angel Dust, Chingo Bling & Doom||4:31|
|13||"Pollution"||Russell Lee, Grimm & Rasheed||4:48|
|14||"Ménage à Trois"||Frankie J & Powda||4:15|
|15||"Tha Chop"||A-Wax & Jay Tee||4:07|
|16||"Don't Disrespect My Mind"||Low-G||4:11|
|17||"Suga Suga" (Reggae Remix)||Major Riley||4:05|
|French Albums (SNEP)||80|
|German Albums (Offizielle Top 100)||92|
|New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)||22|
|US Billboard 200||48|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||32|
|United States (RIAA)||Gold||500,000^|
^ Shipments figures based on certification alone.
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