Doin' It Big

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Doin' It Big
Doin It Big in 2008.jpg
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 1, 2008
Genre Hip hop
Label Real Talk Entertainment Koch
Producer Derrrick "Sac" Johnson, Big Hollis, Vince V.
8Ball chronology
The Vet & The Rookie
Doin' It Big
Life's Quest
1."The Business"0:59
2."Fuck Niggas"4:41
3."It's Music"3:56
4."Super Bowl Big"3:49
6."Blow It Out"4:41
7."Real Down Bitch"4:16
8."Don't Stop"3:35
9."All I Need"0:11
10."Real Quick"4:17
12."Puttin' in Work" (featuring MJG)4:33
13."Ain't Gotta Tell Ya"5:01
14."At Last"3:28
collector's edition bonus tracks
15."All Ready"0:53
16."Get Yo Ass Up"4:32


Chart (2006)Peak
US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) [2] 30
US Independent Albums (Billboard) [3] 38

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