Classic Rock

Hello - Big Tymers - Hood Rich (Vinyl, LP, Album)

12.11.20198

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  1. Big Tymers are back in full force with the release of Hood Rich during the spring. Since then Baby of Cash Money has appeared on nearly everyone's record and even released a solo album not too long ago. Still Fly was THE ANTHEM in the early part of the year and Oh Yeah was a club jam for a minute.
  2. [Intro] [Man:] Ladies and gentlemen, see its like Hello, Hello, Hello [Woman:] Hello Hello [Man:] See baby Hello, Hello, Hello [Woman:] Hello, Hello [Verse 1] [Man:] Now I been trying to fuck with you since 7th grade [Woman:] But I didn't want to fuck with you, cause you wasn't paid [Man:] By the time I got to tenth grade baby I was pushing dimes [Woman:] And who would ever think you would get.
  3. Big Tymers (stylized as Big Tymer$) was an American musical duo active from to and again in from New Orleans, Louisiana consisting of Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman (then known as Baby) and former Cash Money in-house producer Mannie Fresh. Baby later changed his stage name to Birdman after the duo dissolved in Big Tymers released their debut album in .
  4. Big Tymers (stylized as Big Tymer$) was an American duo that was active since to from New Orleans, Louisiana. Big Tymers consisted of Cash Money Records co-founder Birdman (then known as Baby) and former Cash Money in-house producer Mannie Fresh. Baby later changed his stage name to Birdman after the duo was dissolved.
  5. Dec 17,  · The Big Tymers song Big from the Hood Rich Album DISCLAIMER *I Do Not Own the Rights to this Song* Song Big (Album Version (Explicit)) Hello - Duration: Big Tymers .
  6. Big Tymers - Hood Rich. , CD, Rap, New Orleans, Louisiana, Cash Money Records, Universal Records.
  7. Big Tymers was an American musical duo active from to and again in from New Orleans, Louisiana consisting of Cash Money Records co-founder Bir.
  8. "Hood Rich" is still a pretty entertaining album that I'm sure many will like. The opener "Oh Yeah" isn't too exciting, the beat a little uninspired, just like the verses, it's kind of tiresome. The album's obvious highlight is "Still Fly", one of Cash Money's crown jewels and probably the Big Tymers' greatest track to 4/5(59).

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