Lifestylez of Da Poor & Dangerous
 
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Lifestylez of Da Poor & Dangerous


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Official Release Date  Jan 22, 2016
Artist  Big L
Genre  Pop
Version  US
PAX-Code PAX0008239662
Item Code  0664425603927

features

  • Boxed Set
  • With Book
  • Deluxe Edition

track listing

1. Put It On 2. MVP 3. No Endz, No Skinz 4. 8 Iz Enuff 5. All Black 6. Danger Zone 7. Street Struck 8. Da Graveyard 9. Life Stylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous 10. I Don't Understand It 11. Fed Up Wit The Bullshit 12. Let 'Em Have It 'L'

description

Having made a name for himself as a guest MC on D.I.T.C. (Diggin' in the Crates) projects such as Diamond D.'s Stunts, Blunts & Hip-Hop and Showbiz & A.G.'s Runaway Slave, the flamboyantly gifted Lamont Coleman (aka Big L) dropped his debut in early 1995. A product of the mean streets of Harlem, L made his bones in the rap game with his rapid fire freestyle delivery and clever punchline-peppered rhymes. A patchwork album with a few outstanding cuts, Lifestylez fails to package the lightning-in-a-bottle talent of this cut-above MC. The album showcases L as a master of the lyrical stickup undressing his competition with kinetic metaphors and a brash comedic repertoire. The lead track, "Put It On" produced by Kid Capri, is a party cut with a criminal attitude. "M.V.P." snatches a brief segment from DeBarge's "Stay With Me" (later aggrandized on the Notorious B.I.G.'s popular remix of "One More Chance"). "Da Graveyard" features a young Cam'ron (here Killa Kam) and most notably a superb verse from a pre-Jigga Jay-Z (at the outset of his solo career). With better production and marketing, Big L might have found himself with a platinum album but instead he settled for platinum respect. This album captures the dynamic potential of a street legend, a legend who would later be gunned down in his prime. ~ M.F. DiBella, Rovi

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