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Big L Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Big L Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Big Picture (Intro)
2 Fed Up With The Bullshit
3 Ohhla.com
4 Deadly Combination (Featuring 2Pac)
5 The Heist
6 The Triboro
7 Who You Slidin' Wit'
8 M.V.P.
9 Furious Anger
10 Hit It
11 Deadly Combination
12 Now Or Never
13 Games
14 Stretch & Bobbito '95 Pt. I
15 Danger Zone
16 Casualties of a Dice Game
17 Still Here
18 Holdin' It Down
19 Platinum Plus (Featuring Big Daddy Kane)
20 Stretch & Bobbito '95 Pt. Ii
21 Da Graveyard
22 Games Females Play
23 Clinic (I Shoulda Worn a Rubba)
24 Platinum Plus
25 The Triboro (Featuring OC, Fat Joe, & Remy Martin)
26 Times Is Hard On The Boulevard
27 Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous
28 Platinum Plus (original Riverside mix)
29 MVP (Gonso remix)
30 Size 'Em Up
31 On The Mic
32 I Don't Understand It
33 On the Mic (Roc Raida Turntablist mix)
34 Don’t Front
35 The Enemy (Featuring Fat Joe)
36 Harlem Nights
37 Fed Up Wit the Bullshit
38 Who You Slidin' Wit (Buckwild mix)
39 I Don’t Understand It
40 Harlem N.Y.C.
41 Devil Son
42 Let 'Em Have It "L"
43 Accapella 1 [Platinum Plus]
44 Rest in Peace
45 The Heist Revisited
46 You Know What I'm About
47 Ebonics
48 Put It On
49 Hell Up in Harlem
50 Yours
51 Devil's Son from Lifestylez
52 98' Halftime Radio
53 American Dream
54 Work, Part II
55 Sandman 118
56 Tru Master
57 8 Is Enuff (demo version)
58 Lifestylez ov da Poor and Dangerous
59 Cluemanati
60 School Days
61 Right to the Top
62 Let Me Find Out
63 Devil's Son
64 5 Fingers Of Death
65 Unexpected
66 Principal Of The New School
67 Ebonics (Criminal Slang) (clean)
68 We All Can't Ball
69 Tony's Touch
70 Street Struck
71 Ebonics (Criminal Slang) (instrumental)
72 S.K.I.T.S.
73 Once Again
74 '98 Freestyle
75 Size 'em Up (street)
76 Da Enemy
77 Nigga Please
78 Live In Amsterdam
79 No Endz, No Skinz
80 Flamboyant
81 '98 Freestyle (Explicit)
82 8 Iz Enuff (demo)
83 8 Iz Enuff
84 98 Freestyle
85 Ebonics (Explicit)
86 Fall Back
87 MVP
88 Raw & Ready
89 All Black
90 The Enemy
91 The Big Picture (Intro) [Explicit]
92 Games (Featuring Sadat X & Guru)
93 Thick (Remix)

Big L Bio

Lamont Coleman (May 30, 1974 – February 15, 1999), best known by his stage name Big L, was an American hip hop recording artist, born and raised in Harlem, New York City, New York. Coleman embarked on his career in rapping, with the hip hop trio, Three the Hard Way. His first notable appearance came on Lord Finesse's "Yes You May (Remix)". Coleman released his debut album, Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous, in 1995 and significantly contributed to the underground hip hop scene. In 1998, he founded Flamboyant Entertainment, his own indie label, through which he released one of his most popular singles, "Ebonics" (1998).

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_L