The B.G.'z (short for "Baby Gangstaz") were an American teenage hip-hop duo from New Orleans, Louisiana. They were active from 1993 to 1997. The duo consisted of rappers Lil Wayne and B.G.. The two made up the youngest artists on Cash Money Records, Lil Wayne being 12 years old, and B.G. only 14 years old. In 1995, B.G. released his debut album entitle True Story featuring Lil Wayne (to collectively make the B.G.'z), recorded from 1993 to 1995. Two songs from True Story entitled, "True Story" and "F**k Big Boy" were disses towards local New Orleans rapper, Mystikal and Big Boy Records. Mystikal would later respond with his own diss songs, "Beware" and "Here I Go". True Story was re-released in 1999 when Cash Money Records affiliated with Universal Records. The duo disbanded when Cash Money Records co-owner, Baby decided to let the two have solo careers.