1. A song produced by the artist Hurricane Chris, a rapper from Shreveport, Louisiana. It is his debut single off his debut album 51/50 Ratchet. It was released in June 2007. The chant "Ay Bay Bay" is derived from "Hey, Bay Bay" with Bay Bay being the nickname of local DJ
Hollyhood Bay Bay.
2. An African-American version of the common saying, "hey baby". "Hey baby" originates from the local usage in California from the 1960's to 1970's. This derogatory word is sometimes misleading to women, given its past as a mating call for a douchebag
. While it may first be seen as a booty call
, "a bay bay" is, if anything, a personable and vocal way of showing interest in a hottie
at the club.
3. A common greeting from one bro
to another. As such, one young man might yell "ay bay bay" to his friend (male or female) across the movie theater to get attention. Shortly after the release of the single, this classic usage originates from a water polo tournament held at Villanova University in August of 2007. It has also been indirectly labled as the theme song for a bus or van ride.
When I see a bad chick I'm hollerin' out... "Ay bay bay!"
I hope ya'all ain't with ya boyfriends,
'Cause I don't care what 'dey say!
and I don't care what he say or she say.
I'm in da DJ booth takin' pictures wit' da DJ.