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2007 album from the Vallejo rapper, his first album for Arista Records. Cyclone kicks off with his most accessible jam to date, the undeniable title track featuring guest T-Pain and Lil Jon (who also produced the cut). Features guest appearances from Jean, Miguel, Paula Deanda, Andre from Danity Kane and more. 11 tracks. Arista.

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 30, 2007)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Arista
  • ASIN: B000V9KDOI
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,344 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Free Free on December 10, 2007
Format: Audio CD
This is a great CD, but all the swear words are missing. It's really irritating, especially on a rap album, as it screws up the flow. Is an unedited version available? If so, get that one.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Rupert on July 13, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I'll admit that I have never been a big fan of Baby Bash, especially after hearing his last album, Super Saucy. Still, I decided to listen to his latest album, Cyclone.

It appears that Bash is trying to become the next LL Cool J with this release, as this is his first official album not to feature an EXPLICIT CONTENT label (although there IS profanity on the album but it's just edited out; I never understood the point of that). If people don't understand my LL comparison, it's because Bash spends most of the time rapping to the ladies. There's nothing necessarily wrong with that, but the problem also lies in the WAY he raps. Now, I'm used to him rapping in a low voice, but there's a difference between sounding mellow and, well, just sounding dull.

I never was very impressed with the T-Pain-assisted title track, but the reality is that that's actually one of the better songs. Other songs about ladies fail, like "Mamacita", "What Is It" and the corny "Supa Chic". The latter features Paula DeAnda, and although she still has a lovely voice, her chorus can't even save the song, nor can her hook on "As Days Go By" (but she IS going a little off-key at the end of the song). Troubled relationship songs don't work either, as evidenced by "Thrill Is Gone" (with Ryan Tedder).

I have no idea what Keith Sweat is doing on this album, but he gives an uninspired chorus on an already lackluster "Don't Stop" (which will make you do the opposite). Things aren't much better when Bash changes the subject either, as evidenced by "Mean Mug"; and the obligatory song about cars, "Spreewells Spinnin'", features Chingo Bling being wack as usual.
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By RoboKiD on October 30, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Personally, I think Baby Bash's Cyclone album is a solid one. I listened to his two previous albums and came away disappointed. Super Saucy and The Smokin' Nephew lacked consistency; consistency in a way that both albums lacked strong songs besides his released singles such as "Baby I'm Back", "Obsession (Remix)" , and "Suga Suga", the rest of those songs kind of bored me to death. This album was a lot different to say the least.

The production and guest appearances for the album are very well coordinated and somewhat star studded. Producers such as Lil Jon, Play N Skillz, Ryan Tedder, and DJ Felli Fel brought the perfect blend of smooth R&B and Hip-Hop. Sometimes guest appearances/featured artist make or break a song. I felt like Baby Bash and his staff did a great job of selecting the right people to compliment Baby Bash's style. Making the album more enjoyable throughout. I would say that little more than half of the album songs were most definitely favorable.

Songs: Everyone knows about "Cyclone" featuring T-Pain so that really doesn't need any introduction or explanation, but it did result in Baby Bash's best single to date. "What is It" featuring Sean Kingston is another catchy club banger that I thought was actually a good record. My favorites though were the slower songs, such as "Mamacita" featuring Marcos Hernandez, "As Days Go By (The Love Letter)" featuring Paula Deanda, and "Na Na" all were very solid records. My favorite songs however, were "Don't Stop" featuring legendary Keith Sweat and "Thrill Is Gone" featuring Ryan Tedder from One Republic, both singers did a great job complimenting Baby Bash.

In the end there were some flashes of Baby Bash restoring to his old ghetto ways with songs like Spreewell Spinnin', and Mean Mug.
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By Dj Swizzy on March 3, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Baby Bash has been my favorite rapper since back in the early 2000's and now that its 12 years later i still look back on this album as his best. I first got it as a christmas present in 2007 and still love it today! Just about every track is excellent! The hooks are all there especially on Cyclone, Supa Chick, What Is It, Dip With You, and Don't Stop. His raps are always so smooth and flow perfectly with the production.

Overall: 4.75/5

Top Tracks: Cyclone, Supa Chick, What Is It, Dip With You, Don't Stop, Thrill Is Gone,
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By Duane Landaal on May 19, 2008
Format: Audio CD
If you like Cyclone then you will LOVE.. Smoke Sessions by Devin the Dude. This is one of the best of 2008 which also features.
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