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RnB 23/07/2004

Baby Bash rapper's sophomore disc via Empire Musicwerks 'Menage A Trois' heats up Billboard's R&B/Hip Hop album chart

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NEW YORK (Empire MusicWerks Records) - Latino rap superstar Baby Bash's new CD Menage A Trois (Empire Musicwerks) is heating up several of the Billboard charts. The album makes its debut on the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop chart at No 33 while it continues to hold the No 10 slot on Billboard's DVD and video charts. The music video for "Menage A Trois" also debuted at No 30 on the CVC Top 50 Broadcast & Cable chart.

Menage A Trois is the sophomore disc from the Houston-based "spitter," as Bash calls his style, following on the heels of the The Smokin' Nephew which continues to burn up the Hot 100, Top 40, Rap Singles and Single Sales Charts with "Suga, Suga."

Empire Musicwerks is an eclectic, Miami-based record label, with distribution through Universal Music, that recently released albums as diverse as Jordan Knight (The New Kids on The Block) and The Spooky Kids (vintage unreleased Marilyn Manson).
Upcoming releases include an album from British popstar Brian Harvey featuring Wyclef Jean.






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