On last week's edition of Rap Fix Live, Birdman controversially revealed that while there would be a new Big Tymers album, it would not involve founding member Mannie Fresh.
In the world of southern hip-hop, there's only so many artists that have sold 10 million or more records. Juvenile is a part of that class. With eleven (solo) albums in total, Juvenile is also one of the more consistent MCs of the past 25 years.
Lil Wayne Reveals Possible Big Tymers Album With Drake [Update: Mannie Fresh Excluded From Big Tymers] May 8, 2013 at 08:11pm
Many veteran rappers have threatened retirement over the span of their careers, although few really follow through on that threat.
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