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After the stylistic missteps and weak self-productions of Prince of Darkness, Big Daddy Kane returned to the rhyme with 1993's excellent Looks Like a Job For..., an album that updated his sound for the early '90s but left plenty of room for the greatest to freestyle. And led by a pair of TrakMasterz productions, the title track and the casually, hilariously dismissive "How U Get a Record Deal?," it started off incredibly strong. Nearly all of these were the usual battle raps, but Kane also had much to say with tracks like "Rest in Peace" and "Brother Man, Brother Man," the latter featuring him smoothly trading rhymes with his protégé, Lil' Daddy Shane.

Customer Reviews

The Bible..., Pure and Simple.

This is the Bible,... there is nothing more to say.


Classic ish right here HIP HOP!

They Don't Make 'Em Like This Anymore

This is classic New York Hip Hop from one of the all time greats to grab a mic. 1993 was a great year in the genre & some albums kind of got lost in the shuffle with so much going on & unfortunately, this album was a bit slept on when released. It certainly wasn't Big Daddy Kane's fault. It contains many outstanding tracks including the title track, "How U Get A Record Deal?", "The Beef Is On", "N***** Never Learn" & the remix of "'Nuff Respect". The original "'Nuff Respect" can be found on the 'JUICE' soundtrack & is straight fire for 3 minutes.


Born: September 10, 1968 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Emerging during hip-hop's massive creative expansion of the late '80s, Big Daddy Kane was the ultimate lover man of rap's first decade, yet there was more to him than the stylish wardrobe, gold jewelry, and sophisticated charisma. Kane possessed a prodigious rhyming technique honed from numerous B-boy battles; he could also be an Afrocentric consciousness-raiser versed in the philosophy of the Nation of Islam's Five Percent school, or a smooth urban soul crooner whose singing was no match for his...
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Looks Like a Job For..., Big Daddy Kane
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Hip-Hop/Rap, Music, Old School Rap
  • Released: May 25, 1993
  • Parental Advisory

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