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“Somebody Gotta Do It” is a rare and gritty album by Oakland-based rapper Big Guess, released in 2000 through Black Smith Records. This 15-track project showcases Big Guess’s raw talent and provides listeners with a glimpse into the realities of street life and the hustler’s mentality.
The album kicks off with the introductory track “Rules of Da Game,” setting the stage for a no-holds-barred exploration of the gangsta lifestyle. Throughout the project, Big Guess collaborates with various artists such as Little Cee More, Chap Cheeze, Stepchylde, Bo Bo, Ms. Tee, and O.L.D., creating a diverse and engaging soundscape that keeps listeners hooked.
Standout tracks like “Da Pimp Game,” “B.S.G.’s,” “Who’s Da Man,” and “Big Dpendaz” display Big Guess’s ability to craft hard-hitting lyrics with a distinctive flow that captures the essence of the Oakland hip-hop scene. The title track, “Somebody Gotta Do It,” serves as a bold statement of Big Guess’s ambition and determination in a world where survival is the ultimate goal.
Further into the album, tracks like “I’m A Player” and “Hustlerz” emphasize Big Guess’s commitment to the hustler lifestyle, while the interludes featuring Little Cee More add a unique storytelling element to the project. The album closes with the outro “Keepin’ It Pimpin’,” leaving a lasting impression of Big Guess’s unwavering dedication to the game.
“Somebody Gotta Do It” stands as a testament to Big Guess’s talent as a rapper and his representation of Oakland’s hip-hop community. This rare gem provides an authentic look into the life of a hustler and offers a raw, unfiltered listening experience that fans of gangsta rap will appreciate.
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