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All u kids,forget Biggie and Pac, this guy was the greatest.,
This review is from: Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Dangerous (Audio CD)
Undoubtably, one of the top ten rap albums of the 90s, and one of the most accomplished debuts of all time. From the time I heard 'Devil's Son' (unfortunately not on the record) I was yearning for this album and it does'nt disappoint. L hits you from the jump with 'Put it On' and 'MVP', but it is the darker side of L's character that he portrays most beautifully on the excellent 'All Black' that reminds you of his skills. Today's kiddies think Jay-Z is the greatest? Well, Big L makes him look 'very ordinary' on the obligatory posse cut contained within this album. Lord only knows what this guy could have become. Rest in Peace, Big L.