Birdman Says He’s Ready To Retire From Rap

Birdman reveals he'll retire from rap after one last album

Cash Money Records CEO and rapper, Birdman set to retire from rap after one last album.

Rapper and label head, Bryan Williams AKA Birdman has announced he will be retiring soon from his rap career. The popular rapper made the reveal while appearing as a featured guest on Lil Wayne’s Young Money Radio season finale on Friday, July 17.

The 51-year-old music executive revealed that he has plans to release one last album before he exits the scene. He also expressed interest in doing a sequel to his and Wizzy’s acclaimed joint collab “Like Father, Like Son” which dropped in 2006. He revealed he would want it to be his farewell project.

While stating his plans, he revealed that he is much better making rappers than actually rapping. Of course, Wizzy approved of his request, saying he’d send him songs so he could lay verses on them. A sequel to the successful project could be on the way.

I’m done rapping. Rapping ain’t for me no more. I’m done with that. I like to make rappers. That’s what I do. I want [Like Father, Like Son 2] to be my farewell thing. I want to go out how I came in. Talking real rap.

Man, come on. That was not a question. You know I can send you six joints. You ain’t got to do nothing but put your verses to them. You know how I do, man.”

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