Big Shots (album)

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Big Shots
Studio album by Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf
Released November 18, 2003(US)
Recorded 1991-1993
Genre West Coast hip hop
Length 45 Minutes
Label Stones Throw Records
Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf chronology
M-Town EP
Big Shots
Big Shots Bonus EP

Big Shots is Charizma & Peanut Butter Wolf's first album. While the tracks for Big Shots were recorded in the early 90's while signed to the Disney owned Hollywood Basic record label, an album was never released due to artistic conflicts with the labels executives. Peanut Butter Wolf retained the tracks and released Big Shots through his label Stones Throw Records in 2003, 10 years after Charizma's death. The album's first single, entitled "My World Premiere", was originally released in 1996. Big Shots was well received by critics and fans alike,[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9] earning 3 out of 5 stars on[10] and reaching number 3 on CMJ Magazine's hip-hop chart.[11]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Producer (s) Performer (s) Time Sample (s)
1 "Here Is a Smirk" PB Wolf Charizma 3:32
2 "Methods" PB Wolf Charizma 5:29 *"Island Letter" by Shuggie Otis
3 "Jack the Mack" PB Wolf Charizma 3:10
4 "Talk About a Girl" PB Wolf Charizma 1:24
5 "Red Light, Green Light" PB Wolf Charizma 2:40
6 "Tell You Something" PB Wolf Charizma 3:39
7 "Gatha Round" PB Wolf Charizma 3:00
8 "Devotion" PB Wolf Charizma 3:59
9 "Apple Juice Break" PB Wolf N/A 0:38 *"Les Fleurs" by Ramsey Lewis
10 "My World Premiere" PB Wolf Charizma 2:07
11 "Ice Cream Truck" PB Wolf Charizma 3:37
12 "Charizma What?" PB Wolf Charizma 3:48
13 "Fair Wheathered Friend" PB Wolf Charizma 4:05
14 "Soon to Be Large" PB Wolf Charizma 3:15
15 "Pacin' the Floor" PB Wolf Charizma 3:28


Single information
"My World Premiere"
  • Released: 1996
  • B-side: "Methods", "Top Notch Competitor"
  • Released: 2000
  • B-side: "Apple Juice Break", "Devotion '93"
"Here's a Smirk"
  • Released: 2003
  • B-side: "Tell You Something", "That's Word", "Charizma Live On The Wake Up Show '93"
"Jack the Mack"
  • Released: 2003
  • B-side: "Red Light, Green Light"