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Bryan and Slim continued to recruit more and more artists, and Bryan was able to convince his friend and local DJ Mannie Fresh to become Cash Money's in-house producer. By the mid-1990s, Cash Money had grown to a popular independent label in the south, with most of their fanbase located in New Orleans and the surrounding areas. In 1995, Cash Money artist Lil' Slim was introduced to 12-year-old Dwayne Carter at a local block party, and after hearing him rap, brought him to Baby's attention, and soon after Carter was signed to Cash Money as the youngest artist on the label. Carter was placed into a group with another young rapper, 14-year-old Christopher Dorsey, and the two would be known as "Baby D" and "Lil Doogie" respectively; The B.G.'z. During this time, Baby himself also began to rap as a member of the group 32 Golds, going by the name B-32.

The rapper and producer known as Birdman (aka Bryan Williams) still seeks a buyer for his secluded nearly 20,000 square foot estate on Miami's Palm Island. Birdman had originally listed the property for $20 million and after its latest reduction it now asks $14.5 million. The seven-bedroom, 13-bathroom house underwent a major remodel in 2011 which included merging three separate bedrooms to create one massive master bedroom that is so large it needed a custom-made bed to meet the correct proportions of the space. The home boasts a recording studio, home theater, two wine cellars, two guest suites, an outdoor pizza oven, pool, jacuzzi and one hundred feet of waterfront access. The superstar record producer and artist is the co-founder of Cash Money Records and has numerous platinum-selling albums to his name along with collaborations with artists such as Drake, Nicki Minaj and Young Jeezy. As recently as 2017 he ranked fourth on Forbes' list of highest paid hip-hop stars with an estimated net worth of $110 million. Forbes' interview with Birdman and Slim, his brother and label co-founder, can be found here. (Source: www.forbes.com)

 

 

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