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Mannie Fresh Wiki Biography
Bryan O. Thomas, to the audience known by the stage name of Mannie Fresh, is a famous American rap artist, record producer, as well as a disc jockey. As a producer, Mannie Fresh is best known for his involvement with the “Cash Money Records” music label, which was founded in 1991 by Brian Williams, known as Birdman, and Ronald Slim Williams. Mannie Fresh joined the record label in 1993, and worked as a production head and resident producer until 2005. Most of the records released through “Cash Money” at the time were produced solely by Mannie Fresh. Over the years, Fresh has worked with such well-known artists as Lil Wayne, Young Buck, Juvenile, and others. Currently, “Cash Money Recordings” label has employed several more in-house producers, namely Cool & Dre, “The Renegades”, “The Beat Bully” and Bangladesh to name a few.
In 2004, Mannie Fresh went on to release his own debut studio album entitled “The Mind of Mannie Fresh”, which on release peaked at #47 on the Billboard 200 music chart, and was met with rather favorable reviews from AllMusic website, “Pop Matters” and “Rolling Stone” magazines. “The Mind of Mannie Fresh” also featured guest performances from Lil Wayne, Birdman, R. Kelly, and Petey Pablo.
A famous record producer and a rap artist, how rich is Mannie Fresh? According to sources, Mannie Fresh’s net worth is estimated to be $15 million, most of which has come from his involvement in the music industry as a producer, as well as a rapper.
Mannie Fresh was born in 1969 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Fresh had been interested in music since his childhood, hence, when he was nine years old he started performing as a DJ during various local events and parties. This eventually led to Fresh meeting with MC Gregory D, a disc jockey as well as a rap artist. Together with Greg Duvernay (known as MC Gregory D), Mannie Fresh recorded an album called “Throwdown”, which came out in 1987. Fresh served as the producer on the album, while MC Gregory D recorded the lyrics. Fresh and Gregory D had worked on several other projects, yet none of them managed to attract a lot of public attention.
In 1993, Mannie Fresh was approached by Brian Williams, a co-founder of the “Cash Money Records”, who offered him the chance of working at the company as the producer. Aside from “Cash Money Records”, Fresh was able to establish his own company called “Chubby Boy Records”, under which he released his second studio album entitled “Return of the Ballin’ which came out in 2009, and featured guest performances from Rick Ross, Lil Jon and Russell Lee. “Return of the Ballin’” managed to spawn two singles, namely “Like a Boss” and “Drought”, both of which contributed to the sales of the album.
Currently, Mannie Fresh is signed to “Def Jam South” record label, which was founded in 1999, by a business magnate Russell Simmons.
A well-known record producer, as well as a rap artist, Mannie Fresh has an estimated net worth of $15 million.
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Mannie Fresh Quick Info
|Full Name||Mannie Fresh|
|Net Worth||$15 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 20, 1969|
|Place Of Birth||New Orleans, Louisiana, United States|
|Profession||Record producer, Musician, Disc jockey, Rapper|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Nicknames||Manny Fresh , Byron O. Thomas|
|Record Labels||Cash Money Records, Def Jam Recordings|
|Music Groups||Big Tymers (1997 – 2005), Cash Money Millionaires (1996 – 2001)|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Rap Song, BET Hip Hop Award for Best Producer of the Year, Real Big, Chubby Boy, Wayne’s Takeover 2|
|Movies||Rap Files: Vol. 1|
Mannie Fresh Important Facts
- He is a music producer, heavily influenced by Kurtis Mantronik.
- He is a member of southern hip-hop duo the Big Tymers.
Mannie Fresh Filmography
|Late Night with Seth Meyers||2016||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon||2016||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Todd’s Pop Song Reviews||2011-2014||TV Series documentary writer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|2011 Soul Train Awards||2011||TV Special writer: “Big Things Poppin’ Do It” – as Byron O. Thomas||Soundtrack|
|Dance Flick||2009||writer: “Big Things Poppin’ Do It” – as Byron O. Thomas||Soundtrack|
|ATL||2006||performer: “And Then What” / writer: “And Then What”||Soundtrack|
|The Real Cancun||2003||Documentary writer: “Do That”||Soundtrack|
|Malibu’s Most Wanted||2003||performer: “That’s Dirty”||Soundtrack|
|Bringing Down the House||2003||writer: “Way of Life”||Soundtrack|
|Cradle 2 the Grave||2003||writer: “Won’t Be Coming Back”||Soundtrack|
|Undisputed||2002||performer: “Undisputed” / writer: “Undisputed”||Soundtrack|
|Osmosis Jones||2001||writer: “Back That Thing Up”||Soundtrack|
|Baby Boy||2001||producer: “Thatshowegetdown” / writer: “Thatshowegetdown”||Soundtrack|
|The Original Kings of Comedy||2000||Documentary writer: “What’s Up With That” – as Byron Thomas||Soundtrack|
|Romeo Must Die||2000||producer: “Rollin Raw” / writer: “Rollin Raw”||Soundtrack|
|Daria||2000||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Next Friday||2000||producer: “Good Friday” – as Manny Fresh / writer: “Good Friday” – as Manny Fresh||Soundtrack|
|Blue Streak||1999||producer: “Rock Ice”||Soundtrack|
|The Roaches||2006||TV Series||Actor|
|Big Tymers: #1 Stunna||2000||Video short||Actor|
|2 Live Crew: Take It Off||2014||Short||Himself||Self|
|MyScene TV||2013||TV Series||Himself – Guest||Self|
|2013 BET Hip Hop Awards||2013||TV Special||Himself||Self|
|Celebrity Crime Files||2013||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|RapFix Live||2013||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|BET Hip-Hop Awards||2007||TV Special||Himself||Self|
|106 & Park Top 10 Live||2006||TV Series||Himself – ‘Go DJ’ Video||Self|
|Showtime at the Apollo||2005||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Ego Trip’s Race-O-Rama||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|Jimmy Kimmel Live!||2003-2005||TV Series||Himself – Musical Guest||Self|
|In the Lab||2005||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|Hip Hop Babylon 2||2003||TV Movie documentary||Himself||Self|
|Hardware: Uncensored Music Videos – Hip Hop Volume 1||2003||Video||Himself (segment “Hennessy & XTC”) (as Big Tymers)||Self|
|Rap Files Vol. 1||2003||Video documentary||Himself||Self|
|Making the Video||2000||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|14th Annual Soul Train Music Awards||2000||TV Special||Himself – Performer||Self|
|Soul Train||2000||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|The 1999 Source Hip-Hop Music Awards||1999||TV Special||Himself||Self|