The Big Badass
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|The Big Badass|
|Studio album by Ant Banks|
|Released||May 10, 1994|
|Ant Banks chronology|
Track listing 
- "The Big Badass"
- "2 Kill A G" (featuring Spice 1 and Too Short)
- "Streets of Oakland" (featuring Boots Riley of The Coup)
- "The Drunken Fool" (featuring Otis & Shug)
- "Parlayin'" (featuring Goldy)
- "Clownin' Wit Da Crew" (featuring The Dangerous Crew)
- "Fuckin' Wit Banks" (featuring Too Short and Goldy)
- "Straight Hustlin'"
- "Pimp Style Gangstas" (featuring Rappin' Ron and Ant Diddley Dog)
- "The Loot" (featuring Too Short)
- "Packin' A Gat"
- "Hard As Hell"
Clownin' Wit Da Crew
- "Go Fer Yer Funk" by P-Funk All Stars
Packin' a Gat
- "F-Encounter" by Bootsy Collins
- "Children of Productions" by Parliament
The Drunken Fool
- "A House Full of Girls" by Isaac Hayes
- "Chocolate City" by Parliament
Chart positions 
|U.S. Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums||10|
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