Baby Bash heats up the Observatory with smooth hip hop and infectious R&B

Baby Bash

Baby Bash at The Observatory this past Monday was straight up on point! It was like taking a walk down memory lane. The Southern California rapper brought the heat and there were no signs of stopping.

As soon as Baby Bash hit the stage, fans already had their phones up in the air ready to record and snap photos. Connecting with his fans while delivering those smooth as silk hip hop flows, Baby Bash truly went out of his way to make this set a most memorable one. With a chill, yet inviting demeanor, he let the audience know he saw them. He walked off the stage and came out to shake hands, gave hugs, and took photos with everyone. He even took a selfie with his phone with the crowd smiling behind him. You don’t normally get that much love from hip hop artists, let alone any live band or artist.

With those R&B douses hip hop sounds, Baby Bash played some songs off his new album Ronnie Rey All Day, released this past November, but fans (especially the ladies) went wild for songs like “Suga Suga” and “Baby I’m back.” Hands in the air, smiles across their faces, you can see the entire crowd doing their best to sing-along to Baby Bash’s lyrics with the same slick stylo.

Check out the photos below of Baby Bash at The Observatory!

Photography & Words: Lindsay Wiles

Baby Bash

Baby Bash



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