Big Tymers Coming Back In Typical Cash Money Style

A hip-hop producer and Cash Money CEO will release second album in May.

The Big Tymers, comprising Cash Money Records' super-producer Mannie Fresh and co-CEO of the label, Bryan "Baby" Williams, are set to follow up their gold-certified Universal Records debut, How You Luv That?.

I Got That Work, which was scheduled for April 25 release, has been pushed back to May 16. The lead single "Get Your Roll On" (RealAudio excerpt), is a typical Mannie Fresh track — a little 808, a little bass and the patented bounce sound of Cash Money.

"Mannie and Baby are still game spittin'. The beats are tighter and Baby's lyrics are much tighter this time around," Althea Spellman, Cash Money's publicist, said. "It's going to have the same flavor as everything thing else on the label, with all the artists making guest appearances."

The Big Tymers made their debut in 1997 on B.G.'s underground classic It's All on U Vol. 2, when the two clowned around on the mic for an intro to the album. The result sounded so good that the two decided to do a whole verse, according to Spellman. That one verse turned into several collaborations on the disc: "Don't Hate Me," "Get Your Shine On" and "Stay 'n' Line Hoe."

"One day we caught a verse on one of B.G.'s songs and our audience took a liking to us. So we said that we could do this," said Fresh, whose production credits include Juvenile's quadruple-platinum selling 400 Degreez, which spawned the hit single "Back That Thang Up," and B.G.'s Chopper City in the Ghetto, which included the smash hit "Bling Bling."

The Big Tymers are on the Ruff Ryders/Cash Money Millionaires Tour.