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Lifestylez Ov Da Poor And Dangerous [Explicit Lyrics]

Big L Audio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars THE BEST EVER... June 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
THE BEST EVER RIP A MIC. THIS ALBUM WILL STILL BEAT ANY ALBUMS THAT IS OUT NOW TILL THIS DATE. THE ALBUM IS DOPE. LYRICS ARE SO SICK, BEATS COULD DO BETTER, BUT WHO CARES. IF YOU ARE JUST RIDIN ON BIG L, JUST KNOW THAT HE'S ON OTHER ALBUMS FROM D.I.T.C, SHOW@AG, AND DIAMOND D. HE'S EVEN GOT AN ALBUM HE'S MADE FROM AMSTERDAM WHEN HE DID A CONCERT BACK IN 1998. I GOT IT. IT'S REAL UNDERGROUND. HE'S EVEN GOT UNREALEASED SONGS THAT ARE DO TO COME OUT THIS YEAR OR NEXT WITH A DVD. AND THAT FREESTYLE HE DID WITH JAY-Z, HE DESTROYED JAY-Z IN A 7 MINUTE FREESTYLE. OVERALL, BIG L, IS ONE OF THE BEST, THIS ALBUM IS HELLA DOPE. COP IT.
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5.0 out of 5 stars You're Nobody Until Somebody Kills You. March 23 2004
Format:Audio CD
Big L,
Is by far one of the most clever MC's ever grasp the mic. He resurrected Harlem in the early 90's. A time when Harlem had very few hip-hop artists, some of whom were ashamed of there own area. Big L and Kool Moe Dee are probably the greatest MC's ever to rise from the Harlem streets. What kills me about this, is how so many folks jumped on Big L's jock after he was brutally murdered. Let's face it, a large majority of these reviewers only became interested Big L overnite. Why do you think his posthumous album "The Big Picture" is certified gold? Why couldn't everyone see this raw talent when he was living? It's become a redundant trend in music to all of a sudden pay close attention to dope artists after they pass away. If you weren't down with the underground from the jump just stay out, and keep supporting that garbage you call hip hop. Quit trying to pay your respects to the soldiers you know nothing about. Some of these people in these reviews go on and on about how L was so great, but don't probably even own any of the other DITC family albums. God forbid if O.C. dies...I garauntee will see some more bandwagon dikridders up in here, talking about how great he was, when they didn't know squat about the man when he was alive. Personally when L died that was my worst Valentine's Day ever in life. He was truly an inspiration that taught us that being underground in hip hop can still be simplistic as hell while using witty punchlines, instead of complex as hell... with deep metaphors. If you add Lifestylez to your collection, explore the entire D.I.T.C. catalog as well, peep the classic albums from Lord Finesse, Show & AG, O.C., Diamond D, and Fat Joe. Don't be a freakin tourist....support real underground hip hop. Quit coming around after somebody passes.
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5.0 out of 5 stars classic for all times May 2 2005
Format:Audio CD
if you like real hiphop (streethop) then youl love this album
from d.i.t.c so yall should have known the man had skills
one of the best rhymers ever to grace the industry this album
is bangin from start to finish these newschool kids should take
a listen to and hear what hiphop really is one of the best albums of all time from one of the realest brothers that ever lived much respect due to BIG L thanks for the memories.
r.i.p
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5.0 out of 5 stars amazing Dec 18 2004
By Jesus
Format:Audio CD
to the person who rated this album 1 star: you are a fool. teens dont buy music to learn language. if you had half a brain you would listen to something before insisting its garbage. this album is truly a classic, his lyrical prowess is unbelievable. this is perhaps THE best lyrical hip hop album of all time. if your reading this, you know about big l and probably have the album anyway, just adding my $.02 if you dont have it buy it now. NOW!
RIP BIG L
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5.0 out of 5 stars Big L is sick wit it June 30 2004
By Colin
Format:Audio CD
If you don't own this cd and his next one you aint hip-hop... get to the store and cop this record before all ur credibility falls off... he's one of the best from the buroughs... R.I.P. Big L
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5.0 out of 5 stars stick up in the park April 26 2004
Format:Audio CD
Unquestionably one of the top five mid-90s NY thug-rap albums. A plethora of slick rhymes painting the stick-up-in-the-park kind of pre-P-diddy era. Plus two pre-fame guest spots from a young Pre-in the Hamptons Jay-Z and L's fellow Harlemite "Murder" Mace-pre-Christian.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Flows.... April 7 2004
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Big L had mad flows, RIP dogg, this album is for peepz who love tru rap, not that fake stuff out now a days, buy it, u wont be dissapointed, starts off hella tiite from begining
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5.0 out of 5 stars ONE of the greatest rappers ever! A pure GENIUS March 30 2004
Format:Audio CD
IN my opinion, Big L, Tupac, and Rakim are the greatest lyricists of all time. Big L is definetely the least popular and well-known of the recognized hip-hop greats, and it is probably because of his lyrics. Big L was the original gay-bashing, violent, and utterly amazing MC. rappers like Big L helped pave the way for superstars with similar styles like Eminem(although Big L's work is far superior). I was devastated in February 1999, when BIG L as murdered. We have lost both 2pac and Big L to stupid violence, the two greatest rappers of all time, and all these awful MC's are still here. If you are just getting into rap, then buy all of BIG L, 2pac, Rakim and Notorious B.I.G.'s cd's because they are the smartest and most gifted Mc's to grace the rap game with their presence. RIP big L
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