Jose Lambiet

Rap mogul Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams’ is flying Miami Beach coop

Bryan ‘Birdman’ Williams, co-founder of a Cash Money stable of top hip-hop stars including Drake, Lil Wayne, Tyga, Juvenile and Nicki Minaj, is putting his Palm Island mansion in Miami Beach on the market.

The listing has yet to be published on real estate websites, but Brett Harris, the Realtor hired to find a buyer, says Birdman wants $20 million for 70 Palm Island, which he bought for $14.5 million in 2012.

“He just wants to downsize,” Harris said of Birdman’s intentions. “We’ve been looking around for something smaller for him.”

According to records, the mansion boasts nearly 20,000 square feet under AC on a 30,000-sqaure-foot lot. It’s rather narrow, with slightly more 100 feet of waterfront across from the port and MacArthur Causeway.

But the dock is just big enough for a 100-foot yacht.

Harris also said Birdman spent several million dollars on the inside after he bought the place.

“There’s a grand foyer with a 40-foot ceiling,” Harris said. It also features two wine cellars, a clay pizza oven and 10 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

The property is somewhat infamous. It once was the party palace of Scott Storch, who lost it in a foreclosure in 2009 after spending more than $30 million over six months of partying.

Williams is the second Birdman to list his mansion for sale in the Miami area over the past month. In April, Gossip Extra learned that Chris “Birdman” Andersen, the Miami Heat’s ex-center, listed his Pinecrest place for $4.55 million.