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He may be a veteran rapper, but by 2009, Birdman was better known and more active as a label owner, mostly because he was the label owner, manager, and mentor of hip-hop superstar Lil Wayne. As such, Birdman's Pricele$$ doesn’t display a new set of skills when it comes to rapping and writing, but it does present the stone-cold millionaire as a more assured man, extremely comfortable to be on top and in charge of the now innovative and interesting Cash Money. If Birdman doesn’t take lyrical chances, Wayne and Cash Money upstart Drake are more than willing, making tracks like “Money to Blow,” “Bring It Back,” and the Timbaland-produced title cut all highlights. Edgier production from the current in-house stable of producers helps too, and even if Birdman is stuck on money, money, and more money, musical detours into the world of dance music (“I Want It All”) and T-Pain’s brand of ultra-glossy R&B (“Shinin”) keep the album from feeling stagnant. Not startling but satisfying and worth the attention of the Cash Money faithful. [An expanded version of Pricele$$, containing the bonus tracks "MP," "Ball Till Ya Fall," "Grindin' Making Money," "Written on Her," and "Southside," was released in 2009.]

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Shame on all of you who made this #3 birdman is the worst


There is nothing about this "music" that is original. Half the songs are about money, the other ones are about women and guns. Yeah - never heard someone rap about those things before! I could find you 1000 guys off the street that could make this album if they had a producer.

By the way - people with REAL money don't brag about it. I bet he puts the big bills on the outside of his money clip!

Classic Birdman

I mean when you have drake, and wayne on your album it is kind of hard for it to be bad as of now. His collaborations make his album lyrically good in my opinion because if it was just him threwout the album as much as i like him as a person I dont think I would have purchased the album. However for 8 bucks this is well worth that much out of my pocket.


Nacido(a): 15 de febrero de 1969 en New Orleans, LA

Género: Hip-Hop/Rap

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Cuando se ocupa de los negocios, el CEO de Cash Money Records usa su nombre verdadero, Bryan Williams; pero cuando toma el micrófono para escupir rap sureño, Williams usa los nombres Birdman o Baby. Junto con el productor estable de Cash Money, Mannie Fresh, formó los Big Tymers en 1997 y realizó una serie de álbumes que se convirtieron en los favoritos del Sur. Comenzó como solista con Baby aka the #1 Stunna en 2002; Fast Money lo siguió tres años...
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Pricele$$ (Deluxe Edition), Birdman
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