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Big Tymers

About Big Tymers

The duo of super-producer Mannie Fresh and Cash Money co-founder Bryon "Baby" Williams, the Big Tymers first appeared on wax doing the intro for B.G.'s It's All On U Vol. 2 in 1997. Since then the two have been behind the scenes of some of the hottest careers in Southern hip hop, namely Juvenile, B.G., and the Hot Boy$. In '98 they released their debut album How U Luv That, and returned in 2G with I Got That Work. Like their Cash Money brethren, most of their songs revolve around staying iced-out and living lavish, as evidenced by their single "Get Your Roll On."

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Big Tymers

The duo of super-producer Mannie Fresh and Cash Money co-founder Bryon "Baby" Williams, the Big Tymers first appeared on wax doing the intro for B.G.'s It's All On U Vol. 2 in 1997. Since then the two have been behind the scenes of some of the hottest careers in Southern hip hop, namely Juvenile, B.G., and the Hot Boy$. In '98 they released their debut album How U Luv That, and returned in 2G with I Got That Work. Like their Cash Money brethren, most of their songs revolve around staying iced-out and living lavish, as evidenced by their single "Get Your Roll On."

About Big Tymers

The duo of super-producer Mannie Fresh and Cash Money co-founder Bryon "Baby" Williams, the Big Tymers first appeared on wax doing the intro for B.G.'s It's All On U Vol. 2 in 1997. Since then the two have been behind the scenes of some of the hottest careers in Southern hip hop, namely Juvenile, B.G., and the Hot Boy$. In '98 they released their debut album How U Luv That, and returned in 2G with I Got That Work. Like their Cash Money brethren, most of their songs revolve around staying iced-out and living lavish, as evidenced by their single "Get Your Roll On."

About Big Tymers

The duo of super-producer Mannie Fresh and Cash Money co-founder Bryon "Baby" Williams, the Big Tymers first appeared on wax doing the intro for B.G.'s It's All On U Vol. 2 in 1997. Since then the two have been behind the scenes of some of the hottest careers in Southern hip hop, namely Juvenile, B.G., and the Hot Boy$. In '98 they released their debut album How U Luv That, and returned in 2G with I Got That Work. Like their Cash Money brethren, most of their songs revolve around staying iced-out and living lavish, as evidenced by their single "Get Your Roll On."