|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||Sittin' On Somethin' Phat||11||Audio||1993|
|2||Do Or Die||12||Audio||1995-10-24||Jive|
|3||The Big Badass||12||Audio||1994||Jive|
|4||Livin' The Life||6||Audio||1993|
|5||Money Don't Make A Man||6||Audio||1995||Jive|
|6||I Think I Wanna Die (Losin' It)||6||Audio||1995||Jive|
|8||Hard Knox||3||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|9||Late Nite / Roll 'Em Phat||4||Audio||1993||Jive|
|10||The Big Badass||12||Audio||1994||Jive|
|11||Big Theezeez From The Ant Banks Album Big Thangs||6||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|12||Big Thangs||16||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|13||Players Holiday||3||Audio||1999||Thump Street Records|
|14||Big Thangs||16||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|15||The Drunken Fool||3||Audio||1994||Jive|
|16||Players Holiday||7||Audio||1999||Thump Street Records|
|17||Big Thangs||16||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|18||Lead The Way (Edited Version)||16||Audio||2000||Thump Street Records|
|19||Do Or Die||12||Audio||1995-10-24||Jive|
|20||The Big Badass||12||Audio||1994||Jive|
|21||Sittin' On Somethin' Phat||11||Audio||1993||Jive|
|22||Derty Werk||17||Audio||1999-04-19||Thump Street Records|
|23||From The Album Big Thangs||6||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|24||Hard Knox||2||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
|25||Big Thangs||16||Audio||1997||Priority Records|
Ant Banks is a rapper and producer for various West Coast hip hop artists, particularly in the Bay Area. His collaboration with [a=Too Short] led him to begin producing records of his own.
He has produced songs for [a=MC Ren] among others. In 1993, he engaged in a beef with Oakland rapper [a=Pooh-Man]. Produced songs for [a=Dangerous Crew, The].
In 1999 Banks launched his project group [a=T.W.D.Y.] (The Whole Damn Yay). [a=Rappin' 4-Tay] and [a=Captain Save 'Em] were the original members. Their debut album Derty Werk. The album contains the single Player's Holiday, featuring [a=Mac Mall]. The single received a lot of radio play. In 2000, T.W.D.Y. released the album entitled Lead The Way; Ant Banks and Captain Save 'Em remained while [a=Dollar Will] replaced 4-Tay.
He is also known as "The Big Badass" and released an Album of that name in 1994.