The veteran musicians sailed the Texas coast, performing 33 gigs in 38 days.
The book about the journey, an interactive publication, also features downloadable songs the group recorded aboard the boat. And Little Wesley, Nick and Jason Saldaña, sons of Krayolas’ frontman/San Antonio Express-News reporter Hector Saldaña, nephews of Krayolas drummer David Saldaña, do alt-rock with a purpose.
Paula De Anda is an American artisan and whacking songster who acquires a total net worth around 0 thousand American dollars.
Paula is originally from from San Angelo, Texas, and started learning piano at very young age when she was studying in junior school.
It rhymed with 'cash' and some funny stuff when I'd rhyme." Bash first came to Houston in in 2000 at the invitation of South Park Mexican, who admired the Californian's lyrical flow.
[Intro - Akon & Baby Bash]Hoooo Yeah Said everything that you want me do I'll do it Tell me what the word is already [x4][Chorus - Akon]Don't look no farther!
The Lil' John-produced tune mines the same disco-hip-hop groove as Usher's , a collaboration with smooth crooner Frankie J. I'm more known for my smooth, playa-playa-type sound.
Cyclone's beat-heavy title track is a multi-format hit and has racked up more than 750,000 digital single and ringtone sales.
"When I got to Texas, I think (rapper) South Park Mexican hit me with the Bash. I just fell in love with the Southern hospitality, the people, the food," Bash says. Another perk: A-list appearances on other artists' albums.In 2005, Paula released her debut single titled ‘What Would It Take.’ In July the song was serviced to the radio station.But later the song was replaced by ‘Doing Too Much’ in December. "I'm just a person who happens to be a Latino, who writes music. "Being at clubs, when certain songs come on, you see the crowd react. He never has to ask me twice for anything." Bash has also written hits for a slew of other acts, including Texans Frankie J and Paula De Anda. But the California-born, Houston-based performer hopes fans see beyond the easy tags — and take an open-minded listen to his laidback rhymes. The smooth grooves for the fly ladies," Bash says with a sly smile.