Comprised of Bryan "Baby" Williams, Cash Money Records' co-founder, and Mannie Fresh, the label's in-house producer, Big Tymers incorporated substantial outside talent into their ranks and scored some huge hits in the process. Beginning with the duo's first release in 1998, How You Luv That? (re-released as How You Luv That?, Vol. 2 later that year), Big Tymers featured all of the rappers on Cash Money's roster: initially Lil' Wayne, BG, Juvenile, and Turk; later T.Q., Boo, and Gotti; and others as well. This plethora of outside assistance served many purposes, among them promoting the label's solo artists and also taking some of the spotlight off from Williams and Fresh, who admittedly weren't two of the label's better rappers, recognized instead for their overly brash style of ghetto haughtiness. The two drastically improved their rapping, and more importantly their songwriting, for I Got That Work (2000) and Hood Rich (2002), their second and third albums, respectively. These albums spawned two sizable hits a piece — "Get Your Roll On" and "#1 Stunna" on the former, "Still Fly" and "Oh Yeah!" on the latter — and made Big Tymers the most consistent Cash Money act following the departure of Juvenile from the label.