For the past few months, Compton emcee Guerilla Black has been linked to the late Notorious B.I.G by how similar their voices are. But now his ability being either praised or belittled is not the Big (pun intended) question now. The question is how authentic is the rapper.

A several-years old album has surfaced with Guerilla Black under the guise of Big Cizzle with an album titled Black’s Ya Neva Seen It Com’n for which the rapper offers a distinctly different style. A style which sounds more like DMX and Mystikal than Biggie. The CD is being released by Bungalo Records and the manufacturer claims the album was created in 2001. Some of the songs on the album include “Werk Dem Hips,” “2 Wear’n No Draws,” and “Tongue Rings” which sounds very different than his album Guerilla City.

Guerrilla Black explained the variations in his voice on Ya Neva Seen It Com’n.

“My brother had came from Down South, and I hooked up with my CEO at the time, who was trying to get a lil record label jumping off. Whenever I was rapping to him, my own blood [brother] was like you sound too much, too, too much like B.I.G. So what they did was…there is a machine in the studio and it makes your voice sound high pitch. Some cats…they compare it and said, ‘Oh he sounds like Mystikal or whatever,’ and some might say somebody else.” The rapper told