Birdman And Lil Wayne On Big Tymers Reunion, Game Possibly Signing to Cash Money, And Future Projects
Birdman and Lil Wayne invited MTV RapFix to South Beach, MI for a special episode featuring Rich Gang with Sway. The two had a lot to discuss with the host, giving fans an update on the label’s state of affairs. Quite possibly the biggest announcement was earlier this week when Wayne teased fans about a possible return of Big Tymers. This and more was addressed earlier this afternoon.
The first order of business was finding out if Mannie Fresh, who was one of the founding members of Big Tymers since its end in 2005, would be involved in the new incarnation. "No. Nah. Not at all," Birdman confirmed. Wayne would chime in later to say nothing has been recorded for the project.
In other topics, Birdman clarified whether Game would be signing to Cash Money in the near future. The Compton rapper has been collaborating with YMCMB on a number of big songs such as "Celebration" and "All That (Lady)," which were off his latest album, Jesus Piece. According to Stunna, Game is just an affiliate of the label.
To round it up, Sway asked about the pending projects from YMCMB. The albums down the pipeline are Like Father, Like Son 2, Birdman's Bigga Than Life, and last year's announcement called Devol. According to Weezy, it was a series of love songs told through the perspective of him. "I'm putting that album out, ya dig," he said.
Watch the rest of the crew freestyle and more here.