Baby Bash at LEX Nightclub
Bashtown Music Artist
Baby Beesh, is an American rapper and singer.From 1995 until 1998, as part of Dope House Records, after which he changed the last part of his stage name to "Bash." His first album Savage Dreams (2001), was followed by On Tha Cool (2002), and his first major label release: Tha Smokin' Nephew (2003). The album included the single "Suga Suga" (alongside Frankie J), which peaked at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.
In 2005, Super Saucy was released, preceded by the lead single "Baby, I'm Back" (featuring Akon). Cyclone followed in 2007, with its title single (featuring T-Pain) and its follow-up, "What Is It" (featuring Sean Kingston), finding moderate success on the Billboard charts as well. He has collaborated with numerous other artists during his career, such as West Coast rappers B-Legit, C-Bo, Coolio, E-40 and Mac Dre, R&B singers like Akon, Avant, Natalie, Bohemia, Mario, and Nate Dogg, and other Latino rappers such as Fat Joe, Nino B, Doll-E Girl, South Park Mexican, Frost, and Pitbull. He continues to write lyrics for singers such as Paula DeAnda, Jennifer Hudson and Frankie J.
- Thursday–Monday: 11:00 AM–7:00 PM
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 10:45 AM–6:45 PM
GSR is committed to providing a safe, secure and healthy environment for our valued guests and devoted team members.
When you click to “Buy Tickets,” you will be redirected to a third-party website – ticketmaster.com, uvtix.com, or eventbrite.com – each is a secure website. Ticketmaster, UvTix, and Eventbrite are the only companies authorized to process ticket sales for Grand Sierra Resort events. Tickets purchased from websites other than grandsierraresort.com, ticketmaster.com, uvtix.com, or eventbrite.com may not be valid. Screen shots, photos, or printed email copies of show tickets will not allow access to the Grand Theatre. Mobile tickets must be displayed on your mobile phone from your original email or text to gain access to the Theatre. All ticket sales are final. No exchanges or refunds. Grand Sierra Resort is not responsible for lost or stolen tickets.