The third major-label release of Baby Bash’s career, Cyclone, has continued the hit making trends of its predecessors The Smokin’ Nephew and Super Saucy, albeit with a different sound (see Cyclone or What Is It). On the albums third single, Don’t Stop, the Latino pop-rapper has brought back the classic sound of his older hits Suga Suga and Baby I’m Back and R&B veteran Keith Sweat provides a hook (and third verse) that will easily remind fans of previous collaborations with Frankie J and Akon. What completes the throwback experience, however, is a DJ Felli Fel beat that emulates the heyday of producer Happy Perez. Hey, if it ain’t broke, don’t
Written by Burmy on 03/2/08
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