Lil Bass | Favorite Girl

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Favorite Girl

by Lil Bass

Since 1995, The Miami Pipeline has been the place where many of South Florida's most successful R&B and Hip-Hop D.J.'s, artists, and promoters have launched their careers. Some of the artists who groomed their talent at The Pipeline include platinum selling artist "Rick Ross", "Trick Daddy", and many more whose list of names reads like a “who's who” in the Miami music scene.
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Lil’ Bass was born on October 23, 1995 to former heavyweight boxer Melton A. Bowen and Angela Bowen. Lil’ Bass, who got his rap moniker from his father known as DJ Bass, has been around the music environment ever since his toddler years. He has been performing, dancing and hyping crowd’s since the age of 2. Lil Bass began rapping at the age of 6, and with love and discipline from his parents, he was able to maintain good grades while successfully releasing a series of hits in the Miami music scene.

His singles included “Bass-Walk” (which he created his own dance to) & “I Wanna” Now with a current hit single “Look At Mama Get It” featuring Tay Dizm and his younger brother Toto is receiving good reviews from local Dj’s and also radio stations. Known as the self-proclaimed “Son Of Miami”, Lil Bass has opened for many multi-platinum recording artists including Trick Daddy, Trina, Cool-N-Dre, Pretty Ricky, Rick Ross, T-Pain, UTP, Da Musicians, Pitbull, J.T. Money & many more.




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