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Big Tymers Bryan "Baby" Williams Flies Solo With "Birdman"
Album In Stores November 26th

October 11, 2002

Baby teams With P. Diddy on the Lead Single "Do That"

New York, NY - Cash Money/Universal Records is preparing to release Birdman, the highly anticipated solo album from Cash Money CEO and Big Tymers member Bryan "Baby" Williams, on November 26.

Birdman marks the first solo flight for "Baby," a.k.a. The #1 Stunna, who, along with Cash Money producer Mannie Fresh, makes up the platinum-selling duo the Big Tymers.

Baby's solo debut Birdman comes on the heels of the Big Tymers' most recent release, the certified platinum Hood Rich, which debuted at #1 on Billboard's top 200 chart and spawned the hit singles "Still Fly" and "Oh Yeah."

Birdman's lead single, "Do That," which features P. Diddy, has already begun a buzz at radio, garnering 194 spins in its first two week and earning instant rotation in several key markets including Nashville, Boston, Charleston, SC., Charlotte, NC, Miami, New York (Hot 97), Detroit, Atlanta, Washington, Dallas and New Orleans. The single is also receiving mix-show airplay in Los Angeles (Power 106) and Philadelphia (Power 99).

Birdman features production by Mannie Fresh, Cash Money's in-house producer, Jazze Pha, The Neptunes and Swizz Beats. Birdman also boasts guest appearances by Toni Braxton, Cam'ron, Petey Pablo, Eightball, Foxy Brown, and Cash Money artists Lil Wayne and TQ.

The flamboyant Baby and Mannie Fresh made their rap debuts in 1997 when they performed on the popular Cash Money underground classic, It's All On U Vol. 2. The collaboration was so well received that the duo decided to form a partnership, which eventually became known as the Big Tymers. They produced two gold albums, How U Luv That Vol. 1 (1997) and How U Luv That Vol. 2 (1998) and eventually struck platinum with their third CD, I Got That Work (2000), which yielded the hit song, "#1 Stunna."

Baby and Mannie Fresh are currently on the road with label-mates Lil Wayne and Nelly on the Nellyville Tour.

SOURCE: Universal Records

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