Big Grams

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Big Grams
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EP by
Big Grams (Big Boi & Phantogram)
ReleasedSeptember 25, 2015
Genre Experimental hip hop
Label Epic Records
Big Boi chronology
Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors
Big Grams
1."Run for Your Life" Phantogram 3:56
2."Lights On"Phantogram4:20
3."Fell in the Sun"Phantogram3:47
4."Put It on Her" 9th Wonder 2:51
5."Goldmine Junkie"Phantogram3:42
6."Born to Shine" (featuring Run the Jewels)Phantogram4:12
7."Drum Machine" (featuring Skrillex) Skrillex 3:47


Chart (2015)Peak
US Billboard 200 [15] 38
US Top Rap Albums (Billboard) [16] 5
US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard) [17] 9

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