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Signing her was a no brainer." That audition would prove to be a turning point: Paula sang the Spanish language song "Amor Como Tu" along with the R&B/pop flavored "Doing Too Much" and "Good Girl," two songs which displayed her talent as not just a young singer with a powerhouse voice but as a songwriter in her own right.
"I may not have lived through all the things I write about, but I do have friends who have had different experiences which I can put into my songs when I write," Paula explains.
I loved working with Ne-Yo (who oversaw vocal production for the track) on it…" Speaking about songs she co-wrote for the album, Paula mentions "Easy," a tough cut all about "playing hard to get and being a challenge for the guys!
Having Lil' Wayne on the track wasn't planned. Lil' Wayne heard it, and about an hour later, he added his rap to it -- it was really cool!
Steve asked me to come back later that day to perform for Clive Davis who offered me a deal right there at my audition, and I had a signed contract by Friday evening." When it sank in that she had been signed by one of the industry's most renowned executives, Paula said "it was just as well I didn't know everything he'd done... " Adds Davis, "Paula auditioned for us in my office, singing acappella and dazzled everyone.
She has a powerful voice and is a triple threat as a writer and arranger.
I was signed to a record label called Dope House and we were doing more street stuff.
" says: "I'm learning to balance everything: my career is my main focus but I know that it's important to continue my education, hang out with my friends and spend time with my family." With slammin' tracks like "So Cold" (which Paula says "may be my favorite track on the album"), the Frankie J.-produced "Wanna Be With You" (featuring V.
They told me my singing really touched them," she says. People would tell me I had a God-given blessing." De Anda family's moved from San Angelo, TX to Corpus Christi, TX in 2002 to continue Paula's music journey since Corpus Christi is known as a hub for new musical talent.
During the next few years, Paula continued working with various musicians and producers in the area. Entertainment who positioned Paula as the opening act for superstars Nelly, Akon, former Kumbia Kings member Frankie J and rap star Baby Bash at the famed Corpus Christi Bayfest in 2005, performing in front of more than twenty thousand people.
Throughout this interview series, we chat with some of your favorite artists from the '90s and early Aughts about their career's biggest highlights and what they're up to today. Baby Bash first got mainstream ears buzzing with his 2003 single "Suga Suga" featuring Frankie J, which peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. Thirteen years and five albums later, the 41-year-old rapper is prepping the release of his new project Baby Bash: So what classic hits do you know of mine?
Fuse: Well obviously "Suga Suga," "Baby I’m Back," "Cyclone," "Obession."Yeah, I’ve got 7 or 8 Top 20 hits. “Baby I’m Back” is probably my favorite performance songs, because I just like the groove and the style of Akon’s voice when he did that Prince high-pitched note. Fuse: That’s one of my favorites because it has that southern swag. Robin Schulz made the EDM version, which went to No. I made a lot of money off of that, because I still own 90 percent of it. When I first recorded “Suga Suga,” I had it for about a year before I even put it out because I thought it was too soft.
"It's been hard work, recording and being out on the road promoting my first single," says Paula, who says her current favorite artists include labelmate Alicia Keys, Beyonce and Keyshia Cole, "but I really love performing and doing live shows and I know all the work I've been doing now is going to pay off!