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Title: 'Big Tymer' Member Bryan Williams goes solo
Post by: Myrealname on September 26, 2002, 08:21:18 AM
Baby teams With P. DiddyOn The Lead Single "Do That"

On November 26, 2002 Cash Money/Universal Records is set to release the highly anticipated solo project from hip-hop's most flamboyant CEO/rapper, Big Tymers' group member Bryan "Baby" Williams titled Birdman. In a slight departure from previous Cash Money releases, Baby pairs with the platinum-selling CEO/rap phenomenon P. Diddy on the lead single from Birdman titled "Do That."

The cd comes on the heels of the Big Tymers' platinum selling LP Hood Rich, which debuted at #1 on Billboard's top 200 chart and has spawned yet another Cash Money smash hit "Still Fly." The second single, "Oh Yeah," is showing early signs of being another sure-fire hit for the duo, comprised of Baby and Cash Money resident producer Mannie Fresh.

The flashy Cash Money Co-CEO Baby (AKA the "Birdman") and Mannie made their rap debut in 1997 with an appearance on the popular Cash Money underground classic, It's All On U Vol. 2. The feedback on their performance was so positive that the dynamic duo formed a group together calling themselves the Big Tymers and produced two gold albums How U Luv That Vol. 1 (1997) and How U Luv That Vol. 2 (1998). However the group achieved national notoriety with their platinum-certified third cd, I Got That Work (2000), which yielded the hit song, "#1 Stunna."

While on the road promoting his fourth Big Tymers cd Hood Rich, Baby has been working on Birdman. In addition to working with Mannie Fresh, Baby collaborated with Cash Money's newest up and coming producer Jazzy Pha, The Neptunes, and Swizz Beats. Birdman also boasts guest appearances by R&B/hip-hop heavy-weights Tony Braxton, Cam'ron, Tony Braxton, Petey Pablo, Eightball, Foxy Brown, and Cash Money artists Lil Wayne, TQ and more.
Title: Re: 'Big Tymer' Member Bryan Williams goes solo
Post by: Now_Im_Not_Banned on October 05, 2002, 05:53:59 PM
good for him...
Title: Re: 'Big Tymer' Member Bryan Williams goes solo
Post by: Smooth on October 05, 2002, 07:07:57 PM
That's dope, Baby can hold his own... hopefully the albums tight...
Title: Re: 'Big Tymer' Member Bryan Williams goes solo
Post by: Quikstar on October 05, 2002, 07:22:42 PM
Much respect for Cash Money's hustle, but I can't stand the guy.  >:(