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Album: That's How I Go (feat. Lil John & Mario) - Single

Artist: Baby Bash

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2008
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008 Arista Records LLC, a unit of SONY MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For That's How I Go (feat. Lil John & Mario) - Single By Artist Baby Bash

Title Artist Time
That's How I Go Baby Bash 3:06 USD 1.29

Reviews For That's How I Go (feat. Lil John & Mario) - Single By Artist Baby Bash

  • fjfjfj3

    By fjfjfj2
    ehhhh ok i guess
  • Stick a fork in Bash

    By jaizadon
    He done......jacked a bow wow beat ..peep .. EIGHTEEN by bow wow same beat.
  •  it

    By PinkSassieCassie
    This is just a feel good song! Makes me wanna go cruisin with my windows down
  • We know

    By Jai Girl
    We already know it sound like eighteen but they are the same amount of good so shut up.
  • Love it

    By Muhgunzkill
    If only everybody knew about this
  • SugaSuga

    By Exquisitekid323
    Baby bash was alot better when he released The Smokin' Nephew not that this next album isn't going to be good but i miss the mellow beats
  • Pretty good

    By blah boy
    Your all right I searched it and they sound exactly alike.
  • I agreee..

    By Daisha.Wayshaa
    this does sound like the song Eighteen by Bow Wow, But in this song they used teh beat better than Bow Wow
  • it may sound the same

    but BABY BASH songs kills bow wow eighteen............bow wow beat is weak compare to this one
  • copywright

    By made mogul
    Ok the song is cool.... but this beat is the same beat to Bow Wow's "Eighteen" of his wanted album! Like I wonder why Bow hasnt said anything. Oh well. Still a good song.

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