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The Big Tymers were an American hip-hop duo active from 1998 to 2002, and later reunited in 2005 for their last album associated together, Big Money Heavyweight. The Big Tymers consisted of Cash Money Records co-founder, Birdman and former Cash Money in-house producer, Mannie Fresh. The Big Tymers released their debut album in 1998 entitled, How You Luv That, and a remixed version of their debut album, How You Luv That Vol. 2 which gave them an abundant amount of publicity afterwards. They recorded their first platinum selling album in 2000 entitled, I Got That Work. The lead single from I Got That Work, "Number One Stunna" peaked at #24 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks. In 2002, Mannie Fresh disbanded from Cash Money Records because of financial dispute. The group later reunited again in 2005 for their final album entitled, Big Money Heavyweight, though it failed to receive positive receptions. History The duo recorded their first record How You Luv That in 1998 featuring all of the rappers on Cash Money Records including B.G. and Juvenile. How You Luv That reached a peak of #25 of the R&B/hip hop chart and the lower reaches of the Billboard 200. The remixed version How You Luv That Vol. 2 almost reached the top 100 of the Billboard album chart and reached the top 20 of the Billboard r&b and hip hop chart. Their second album I Got That Work released in 2000 reached the top 5 of the US album chart and topped the US R&B/hip hop chart. This album spawned two big hits in "Get Your Roll On" and "#1 Stunna" reaching the top 30 on the R&B singles charts. Hood Rich released in 2002 topped both the US album and R&B charts. "Still Fly" from the album reached the top 20 on the R&B singles charts and #11 on the pop charts. "Oh Yeah" reached the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 and the top 30 of the R&B/hip hop charts. Big Money Heavyweight in 2003 was not as successful reaching #21 on the album charts and top ten in the R&B charts. A remix album made the lower reaches of the r&b/hip hop charts in 2004. "Gangsta Girl" from the album made the lower reaches of the Billboard Hot 100 and the top 40 of the r&b charts. In 2005, It was announced that Mannie Fresh was leaving Cash Money Records and signing with Def Jam Records. His departure has left the duo's future in question. Filmography 2000: Baller Blockin' Discography Main article: Big Tymers discography 1998: How You Luv That 1998: How You Luv That Vol. 2 2000: I Got That Work 2002: Hood Rich 2003: Big Money Heavyweight Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.