The details surrounding the forthcoming Big Tymers album are quite bewildering. Even Drake — said to be the group’s newest member along with Lil Wayne — was vexed when MTV asked him about the project after the fourth annual OVO Fest.
Birdman assembled his Cash Money and Young Money affiliates to form Rich Gang, who delivered a self-titled album Tuesday (July 23). But many were puzzled as to why Drake wasn’t featured on the compilation project. That and more were the topics of conversation in the Forbes regular’s recent interview with MTV.
The Internets went from elated to confused after Birdman announced that founding member Mannie Fresh was ostracized from the new Big Tymers album, which will feature Drake and Lil Wayne instead. Yesterday, Sway allowed the celebrated New Orleans producer to speak his peace on MTV RapFix.
Fans who witnessed Cash Money’s take over from the late 90s through the early 2000s were thoroughly excited when Lil Wayne alluded to a Big Tymers reunion album in a recent interview with MTV News.
Lil Wayne has talked up retiring a few times over the course of his successful career. Last Friday (May 3) at the launch party of his collaborative SPECTRE shoe line with SUPRA in Miami, the Young Money captain says fans can expect more music in the near future.
Although it’s been years, devoted Cash Money fans can prep their ears for another onslaught of “beat-thumping” production from the man behind the music. Mannie Fresh is stepping back on the scene after a brief hiatus, this time with the help of Deep Entertainment. The super producer is moving his “Chubby Boy Records” label to […]