ARTIST: Big Tymers
TITLE: I Got That Work
LABEL: Cash Money Records
GRABBER: EAC (Secure Mode)
ENCODER: Lame 3.97 / -V2 --vbr-new
QUALITY: 190 Kbps Avg / 44.1 KHz / Joint Stereo
PLAYTIME: 1h 13min 43sec total
RELEASE DATE: 05-16-2000
RIP DATE: 06-22-2007
01. Big Tymers Intro (Feat. Atrice & 1:55
02. Get Your Roll On 4:02
03. Nigga Couldn't Know (Feat. Lil' Wayne) 4:37
04. #1 Stunna (Feat. Juvenile & Lil' 4:42
05. Big Chief (Feat. Ziggy) (Skit) 1:13
06. No, No (Feat. Lil' Wayne) 4:08
07. We Ain't Stoppin' (Feat. Hot Boys) 4:01
08. My Life (Feat. Hot Boys) 4:34
09. Sunday Night (Feat. Lil' Wayne) 5:13
10. 10 Wayz 4:25
11. Hard Life (Feat. Juvenile & Lil' 4:37
12. Big Chief (Feat. Ziggy) (Skit) 1:28
13. We Hustle (Feat. B.G., Juvenile & 4:13
14. Pimp On (Feat. Unplugged) 4:43
15. Stuntastic (Feat. B.G. & Lil' Wayne) 4:50
16. Rocky 4:49
17. Big Tymers (Feat. Lac) 5:24
18. Snake 4:49
Big Tymers Brian "Baby" Williams and Mannie Fresh step up their game a bit for I
Got That Work, improving both as rappers and songwriters and delivering two big
hits in the process, "Get Your Roll On" and "#1 Stunna." How You Luv That?, the
duo's debut release two years earlier, had set the Big Tymers apart from the
other, and considerably younger, Cash Money Records group, the Hot Boys. Unlike
like them, the Big Tymers are full-fledged adults; in fact, Williams and Fresh
produce the Hot Boys and thus play father-figure roles within the Cash Money
family to a certain extent. Yet, for as much game as they can spit, the Big
Tymers proved to be so-so rappers on How You Luv That?, often overshadowed by
their Hot Boy protégés. However, during the two-year interim leading up to I Got
That Work, Williams and Fresh considerably improved as rappers. Here, they're as
good as any of the Hot Boys, whether it be Lil' Wayne, BG, Turk, or Juvenile,
and they certainly boast and brag better, whether about money-making ("10 Wayz,"
"We Hustle"), bling-blinging ("#1 Stunna," "Stuntastic"), women-mastering
("Snake," "Rocky"), or themselves ("Big Tymers," "Hard Life"). Moreover, the Big
Tymers deliver a rambunctious club-banger with the album-opening "Get Your Roll
On." Following this rowdy beginning, the album moves toward its other highlights
-- "Nigga Couldn't Know," "#1 Stunna," and "No, No" -- before descending into
guest-laden complacency. As usual, Fresh's beats remain affecting until the
album's end, but the songwriting grows progressively less so, often seeming
unlabored, as if the Big Tymers are content to ride out the remainder of their
18-track album after delivering the early-album highlights. Regardless of this
common grievance, the Big Tymers impressively step up their game for I Got That
Work and deliver enough highlights to surely appease their fans.
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