Juvenile and the Hot Boys may have some in-house competition on their hands when "I Got That Work," the new album from Cash Money's Big Tymers, arrives in stores on April 25.
Big Tymers is a duo that consists of Cash Money Records co-CEO Bryan "Baby" Williams and the label's in-house beatmaster Mannie Fresh. Don't expect to hear the same bounce rap style that Juvenile and company have taken to platinum heights, however -- Big Tymers do what they call "game spittin'," as Mannie Fresh explained.
"If you tryin' to get you a job, and you trying to get in there, and there's a interview, you gotta game spit. You gotta talk your way into it. You gotta convince 'em to hire you. So game spittin' is basically
just runnin' game to get what you want. It don't necessarily have to rhyme," [RealAudio] Fresh concluded.
The Big Tymers made their debut in 1997 on B.G.'s regionally-released album, "It's All On U - Vol. 2" while the duo's first LP, "How You Luv That," arrived in 1998.
The Cash Money Millionaires (including Big Tymers and the Hot Boys) are scheduled to wrap up their current tour with the Ruff Ryders on April 17 in Phoenix.