Super Saucy is the second studio album (and sixth album overall) by American hip hop recording artist by Baby Bash. It was released on March 15, 2005, with the record label Universal Records before signing with Arista Records.
|Studio album by Baby Bash|
|Released||March 15, 2005|
|Studio||Digital Services (Houston, Texas)|
|Baby Bash chronology|
|Singles from Super Saucy|
"Baby, I'm Back" was released on February 21, 2005, as the first single from the album. The song features guest vocals from R&B singer Akon. The song was a commercial success, peaking at number nineteen on the Billboard Hot 100 and number nine on the Hot Rap Songs chart. The song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), for selling 500,000 copies.
Steve 'Flash' Juon of RapReviews praised the production contributions from Happy Perez, Akon, Block of Rock and Fredwreck, and Bash's simplistic delivery of wordplay that shows "not only attention to detail but paint cinematic pictures as he casually flows along", saying that "he's not only made it his own but he's made it to the upper echelons of the pop charts without having to trade in his style - radio and video just latched onto it when they were finally hip to it. Hopefully they're hip to Super Saucy too - it's his best album since 2003 and has all the potential to keep dropping more and more hits year-round". AllMusic's David Jeffries called the record "a party alternative to Nephew", praising Perez's "busy, hooked-filled, Texas magic on numerous tracks" and Bash himself for "adding some much needed freshness to the tired crooner/rapper combo", concluding that "with so much well-done good-time music, the crowd-pleasing Super Saucy is worth considering and generally 'bubbalicious'."
|1||"Baby, I'm Back"||Akon|
|3||"That's My Lady (Money)"||Nate Dogg|
|4||"Throwed Off"||Paul Wall & Natalie|
|5||"Trees"||Pitbull & Angel Dust|
|6||"Who Wit Me?"||Meno Bay Bee|
|7||"No Way Jose"||Akon|
|8||"Keep It 100"||E-40|
|9||"Step in da Club"||Rasheed, Lucky Luciano & Grimm|
|10||"That's What tha Pimpin's There For"||Suga Free, Money Mike & Chingo Bling|
|12||"Better Than I Can Tell Ya"||Richie Rich & A-Wax|
|13||"Hennessey"||Mac Dre, Jay Tee & Miami The Most|
|14||"Outro"||Butch Cassidy, Don Cisco, Nino Brown, Russell Lee & Mr. Kee|
|15||"Obsession (No Es Amor)" (Remix) (Bonus Track)||3rd Wish & Frankie J|
- "No Way Jose" samples "I Ain't Got Time Anymore" by The Glass Bottle
|US Billboard 200||11|
|US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard)||7|
|US Top Rap Albums (Billboard)||3|
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- Harris, Chris (March 23, 2005). "50 Cent's Reign As Billboard King Continues". MTV. Retrieved March 31, 2016.
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- "Baby Bash Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved August 24, 2018.
- "Baby Bash Chart History (Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved August 24, 2018.
- "Baby Bash Chart History (Top Rap Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved August 24, 2018.