139 & Lenox

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139 & Lenox
Studio album by Big L
Released August 31, 2010
Recorded 1994–1999
Genre East Coast hip hop, Underground rap, Horrorcore
Big L chronology
Big L: The Archives 1996–2000
(2006)
139 & Lenox
(2010)
Return of the Devil's Son
(2010)

139 & Lenox, is rapper Big L's first posthumous album. It was released in August 2010.[1][2][3]

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."[4]

Track listing[edit]

# Title Performer(s)
1 "Now Or Never" Big L
2 "On The Mic (Roc Raida Turntablist Mix)" Big L
3 "Ebonics (Remix)" Big L, T-Rex
4 "We Got This" Big L
5 "Platinum Plus (Original Riverside Mix)" Big L
6 "Furious Anger" Big L, Shyheim
7 "Still Here" Big L, C-Town
8 "Games Females Play" Big L
9 "Nigga Please" Big L, Stan Spit, Herb McGruff
10 "Who You Slidin' Wit (Buckwild Remix)" Big L
11 "Universal Freestyle" Big L
12 "Devil's Son (Live in Amsterdam)" Big L

Personnel[edit]

Credits for 139 & Lenox adapted from Allmusic.[5]

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