Cash Money Records Co-C.E.O. and swat titan Birdman””aka Bryan”Baby” Williams””hit radio tough with a one-two punch with his latest singular “Born Stunna” featuring Rick Ross, immediately apropos a #1 Most Added during Rhythmic Radio and a #2 Most Added Greatest Gainer during Urban Radio. Major markets opposite a United States embraced a strain but hesitation and have begun spinning it constantly.
The single’s pretension couldn’t be some-more appropriate. Every time Birdman cuts a track, it’s bigger and improved than a last. A sleek, sharp synth mounts as he trades inflexible rhymes with Rick Ross. The latter drops an overwhelming offshoot that slips right into bomb verses from a Cash Money co-founder. It’s a loyal baller’s anthem, and that’s because “Born Stunna” now held glow during mixed formats.
Nevertheless, a lane simply serves as an introduction to his anxiously awaited fifth album, Bigga Than Life, that once again will take all to another turn when it releases after this year.
In addition, Birdman went on BET’s 106 Park to entrance a strain video for another strain from a record, “Dark Shades” featuring Lil Wayne and Mack Maine. The shave sees him ripping adult an underground movement park [and large beat] alongside Lil Wayne and Mack Maine. It’s a beast partnership and video, showcasing a YMCMB
family doing what they do best””running a game.
Birdman’s a innate artist, C.E.O., and, of course, stunna. Get prepared to knowledge strain that’s Bigga Than Life.
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