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Baby Bash Biography
Baby Bash was born on the 18th October 1975 as Ronnie Rey Bryant, in Vallejo, California, USA, of Mexican and American ancestry. He is best known for being not only a rap musician, but also a songwriter and singer, who is very popular for his club-rocking singles. He is recognized as an actor as well. He has been accumulating his net worth being active in the entertainment industry since the mid-1990s.
Have you ever wondered how rich is Baby Bash? According to sources, it is estimated that Bash’s overall net worth is over $12 million, with the main source of this amount being acquired through his career in the music industry, during which he has released as a rapper a number of singles and several albums, and has collaborated with famous musicians on the American scene such as Nate Dogg, Akon, Natalie Feat, C-Bo and others. Another source is coming from his acting career.
Baby Bash Net Worth $12 Million
Baby Bash was born to an English-American father and Mexican-American mother, but raised by his grandparents, Margie and Johnny Juarez, because his parents became addicted to drugs. He spent his childhood exposed to many different musical genres by his uncles, although initially, before he started career as a musician, Baby Bash wanted to become a professional NBA player. Unfortunately, he had ankle injuries several times so his wish was derailed. However, under the influence of his education about music, Baby Bash decided to start a career as a musician.
Baby Bash’s professional music career began when he became a part of the local group called Ponta Duece. He signed a contract to Dope House Records, and in that period he was known by another stage name, Baby Beesh. Subsequently, he changed the second word of his stage name into Bash, and the name has stuck with him until the present day. His first solo album was released in 2001 through the Dope House Records, entitled “Savage Dreams”. The album’s sales increased his net worth, as well as his popularity, as the album featured collaborations with other artists such as Frost, Jay Tee, Mr. Kee, and South Park Mexican. His net worth started to rise.
The next year, Bash worked hard on his second album, which was again released through Dope House Records, entitled “On Tha Cool”. The album was quite successful, and Bash gained the attention of Universal Records and soon signed a contract with this record label. Soon after, Baby Bash started working on his third album, which was released in 2003 and entitled “Tha Smoking Nephew”, and it proved to be a huge accomplishment for Bash, as it was certified gold, selling over 530,000 copies, which certainly increased Bash’s net worth. In 2005, his next album was released, entitled “Super Saucy”, which debuted in11th place on the Billboard top 200 chart, and became his best charted album so far. Until the present day, he has released four more albums: “Cyclone” (2007), “Unsung” (2013), “Ronnie Rey All Day” (2014), and “Bashtown 2” (2016).
Apart from his successful career on the music scene, Bash has also been recognized as an actor., which began in 2006 in the role of Ricardo White, in the movie “Vengeance”, which starred Danny Trejo and 50 Cent. Afterwards, he was cast as Weedman in the movie named “Busted” (2009), and as Ceasar in the movie “Philly Brown” (2012), which have also added to his overall net worth.
Regarding his personal life, Baby Bash has been in a relationship with Natalie Alvarado, a singer, for three years. In 2011, Bash had a few problems with the law, as he was arrested for marijuana possession, with Paul Wall, but both were released the same night, as they paid the bail of $300. On his official Twitter account, Baby Bash has over 30,000 followers.
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|Full Name||Baby Bash|
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
|Date Of Birth||October 18, 1975|
|Place Of Birth||Vallejo, California, United States|
|Height||5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)|
|Profession||Singer, Actor, Songwriter, Musician, Rapper|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Nicknames||Ronnie Ray Bryant , Ronald Ray Bryant , Baby Beesh , Ronnie Bryant|
|Music Groups||Potna Deuce|
|Movies||Filly Brown, Jack's Law, Baby Bash: What's Really, Celly Cel Presents: Rap Life: Behind the Scenes, Tha Block: Vol. 1|
|1||Released his newest album "Super Saucy" (March 15th) [March 2005]|
|2||His first mainstream album 'The Smokin' Nephew' went gold|
|3||Released a song with Carlos Santana and Jennifer Lopez [February 2008]|
|4||Recently released his second album under Universal Records entitled 'Super Saucy' [March 2005]|
|5||Signed on to Universal Records.|
|6||Originally from Vallejo, California, part of Cali's "Bay Area."|
|7||Member of the music group "Latino Velvet".|
|9||His mother is Mexican and his father is Anglo-American.|
|10||He's featured on very many of "South Park Mexican"'s songs.|
|11||former member of music group "Potna Deuce."|
|Formula 1: Ten Sport||2016||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Island of Fantasy||2010||Short performer: "Fantasy Girl"|
|The Karate Kid||2010||performer: "Baby I'm Back" / writer: "Baby I'm Back" - as Ronald Bryant|
|Friday Night Lights||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009|
|Bring It On: Fight to the Finish||2009||Video writer: "Corazon You're Not Alone" - as Ronald 'Baby Bash' Bryant|
|The Honeymooners||2005||as Ronald Ray Bryant, "Baby, I'm Back" / performer: "Baby, I'm Back"|
|Be Cool||2005||performer: "Suga Suga Reggae Remix" / writer: "Suga Suga Reggae Remix" - as Ronald Ray Bryant|
|Barbershop 2: Back in Business||2004||performer: "Suga Suga" / writer: "Suga Suga" - as Ronald Ray Bryant|
|The Shop||2015||TV Series|
|Danny Trejo's Vengeance: Woz with a Coz||2012||Video Game||Ricardo White|
|American Latino TV||2012||TV Series|
|Jack's Law||2006||Ricardo White|
|Off the Chancla||2014||TV Series producer|
|The Secret to Success: They Can No Longer Keep It from Us||2015||Documentary||Himself - Interviewee|
|Barrio Beats||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|2010 AVN Awards Show||2010||TV Special||Himself - Musical Performer|
|Génération duo||2008||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson||2006||TV Series||Himself - Musical Guest|
|Live with Kelly and Michael||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|The Drop||2004-2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Soul Train||2003||TV Series||Himself|