Found October 11, 2012 on
Los That Sports Blog:
Basketball players want to big hip hop stars, and vice versa. Here we have a terrible attempt released by the Orlando Magic and big man Glen “Big Baby” Davis. Have a listen: Sounds like a mix between euro-trance and Flo-Rida. Which isn’t necessarily a good thing. -ALR
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There are so many things wrong with the Orlando Magic right now. For once the current issue does revolve around Dwight Howard and that is refreshing.
The part that is not so cool is the party track “Big Baby Gon Turn It Up” by Magic forward Glen” Big Baby” Davis.
A wealthy athlete, dance music and auto-tune don’t mix very well and I present to you below the reason why....
He’s large, and when’s he’s unleashing his auto-tuned vocalizations one the microphone, you better believe that he’s in charge. Sizable Orlando Magic paint occupier Glen ‘Big Baby’ Davis has had enough of the piped-in songs that are played at Amway Center whenever he does something productive on the court, so Davis has come up with his [...]
Move over Gangnam Style and Call Me Maybe, Magic forward Glen "Big Baby" Davis has the newest auto-tuned hit song for you to enjoy.Big Baby recently released this new celebratory rap song called "Big Baby Gon Turn It Up" and to be fair to him, it's a pretty good track:Here is Glen dancing to the song.... (Courtesy of Bleacher Report)
It may take until the very end of the preseason before Magic coach Jacque Vaughn gets a true glimpse of what his team will look like this season.
Still, however murky the picture is right now, there's plenty from their first 48 minutes on the court together for the first-year coach to analyze.
''We really didn't set a goal on what we were going to measure it by...
Orlando Magic’s T-Pain Big Baby Davis has been working his tail off to replace the production of Dwight Howard. T-Pain Davis recorded a little hip-hop rap jam aptly named Big Baby Gon‘ Turn It Up. It’s really a great terrible song and has no business being listened to more than once zero times. But, I digress…
Think T Pain’s voice changer + an average yet severely...
ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- It may take until the very end of the preseason before Magic coach Jacque Vaughn gets a true glimpse of what his team will look like this season.Still, however murky the picture is right now, there's plenty from their first 48 minutes on the court together for the first-year coach to analyze."We really didn't set a goal on what we were going to...
Big Baby Davis has a rap track. The Orlando Magic actually posted it to their website, so they're owning this.All things considered, it isn't half bad for club music. I just hope remembers what his primary occupation is, so he doesn't end up on ESPN's "30 for 30" "Broke 2."