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Birdman’s first rap name was B-32

Birdman originally went by the moniker B-32 (aka Baby with the 32 Golds).

Before Bryan Christopher Williams was famously known as Birdman, Baby, Stunna, or the No. 1 Stunna. He originally went by the moniker .

began his career under the moniker B-32 (aka Baby with the 32 Golds), in 1993 he released an album titled ‘I Need A Bag of Dope’.

Birdman's first rap name was B-32

He would later go on to use the moniker “Baby” stating “I was born without a name so my momma just called me baby as a kid,” Birdman told Nick Cannon on ’s Nick Cannon in the Mornings.

Eventually, Birdman went by just the moniker Birdman and released his Birdman‘ on November 26, 2002.

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