Rapping since he was just 9 yrs . old, Shreveport, LA’s Hurricane Chris burst onto the nationwide picture in 2007 along with his catchy solitary “A Bay Bay.” After getting some local interest along with his indie singles “Ya Listen to Me” and “Yep” alongside some mixtape looks, Hurricane Chris captured local story DJ Hollyhood Bay Bay becoming welcomed in a club using the target audience chanting “Hey Bay Bay!” Hollyhood was a innovator of Shreveport’s ratchet motion — Shreveport’s edition of crunk or hyphy — which Chris had been an associate, having became a member of the Lava Home promotion team and record label, located in the infamous Cedar Grove community. As Lava Home was liberating the effective singles “Ratchet” and the “Ratchet” remix with Lil’ Boosie, Chris was changing the chant he noticed into a stating, “A Bay Bay,” which became the Shreveport edition of “fo sho.” The word converted into a Lava Home solitary and captured the hearing of Atlanta’s Mr. Collipark. Because of Collipark, the right now 18-year-old Hurricane Chris authorized a cope with J Information in 2007. His debut recording, 51/50 Ratchet, made an appearance late that 12 months.