The Man, The Myth, The Legacy is the second album from rapper Lord Infamous, released on October 23, 2007. It was his first solo album in over a decade. Pressured by a close friend and manager Roman White, collaborations with LaChat and tracks produced by Jae Bino sparked the beginning of this project. Track 14 is the new version, the original "Yeah I'm Wit It" featured Kingpin Skinny Pimp. Where Iz Da Love was widely thought to be a diss to Three 6 Mafia and more specifically DJ Paul but in an interview with memphisrap.com Lord said he was talking about himself. This has since been proven true as Lord did 8 tracks with DJ Paul on the album Scale-A-Ton.