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Hurricane Chris “A Bay Bay”

Hurricane Chris, “A Bay Bay”

According to Hurricane Chris, “A Bay Bay” has its genesis in the namesake of the Ratchet movement’s cornerstone DJ, Hollyhood Bay Bay, who spins at a club called KoKo Pellis (Shreveport, Louisiana) . Whenever the DJ would come in the club the crowd would start chanting “hey Bay Bay, hey Bay Bay.” After a while the crowd would do the chant whenever the club got ratchet regardless of who was on the wheels of steel.

“That became so catchy that I changed it from somebody’s name to a slang ‘A Bay Bay’,” says Hurricane Chris. “Now it’s a word, it means fa sho.”

“Everybody likes ‘A Bay Bay’ because it’s different,” says Hurricane Chris. “It’s real catchy. And it’s something you can say. I bet that its gonna be a baby’s first word because it’s so catchy. It gets stuck in your head the first time you hear it. Everybody [can] relate to it, white folks, black folks, hustlers and thugs.”

Hurricane Chris (Polo Grounds Music/ J Records) – Video EPK

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Hurricane Chris – “A Bay Bay” (Dirty) (QT, Streaming, 101k, Audio)

Hurricane Chris – “A Bay Bay” (Dirty) (WM, Streaming, 96k, Audio)

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