139 & Lenox, is rapper Big L's first posthumous album. It was released in August 2010.
The 12-song collection of rare and unreleased tracks is a tribute to the revered DITC rapper's hallowed Harlem block, and has been released by Flamboyant Entertainment. It features production by the late Roc Raida on "On the Mic (Roc Raida Turntablist Mix)," as well as Big L's former fellow Rawkus artists Hi-Tek and Buckwild. Previously-unheard early mixes to classic L tracks like "Ebonics" and "Platinum Plus" and a live version of L's controversial first single "Devil's Son" can be heard alongside rare classics like "Furious Anger."