If you're in the market for a Miami mansion, you're in luck. Birdman, co-founder of Cash Money Records, has put his Miami manse on the market for $20 million. For that $20 million the house comes with a bunch of amenties including 100 feet of ocean frontage, a dock big enough for a 100-foot yacht, a movie theatre, volleyball court, chef's kitchen, pool, and two wine cellars. It also has two garages big enough to hold six cars.
Birdman bought the house in 2012 for $14.5 million. The 19,000 square foot mansion is located on Palm Island and has seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms.
Birdman, aka, Bryan "Baby" Williams is the CEO and founder of Cash Money Records. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana, Birdman founded Cash Money Records with his brother Ronald "Slim" Williams in 1989. Birdman went multi-platinum as both an artist and a producer, helping craft albums for many huge artists including Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, and Drake.
The 48-year-old record producer is unloading his Miami pad because he is tired of having such an enormous house, according to the listing agent. He is reportedly looking for a smaller house in the same area.
Birdman is involved in a lengthy, ongoing lawsuit from Lil Wayne over the delay in release of his album Tha Carter V. The case has been going on since December 2014.
Birdman made the 2017 list of the richest hip-hop artists. His net worth of $180 million made him the fourth-richest hip-hop artist.