Big L (born Lamont Coleman), rapper. He significantly contributed to the underground hip hop scene, and is often credited in helping to create the horrorcore genre of hip hop due to his song Devil's Son. His first professional appearance came on Lord Finesse's Yes You May (Remix). His singles include Ebonics, M.V.P., Pull It On, & Flamboyant. He was killed after being shot 9 times in the face & chest in a drive-by shooting.

Big L (born Lamont Coleman), rapper. He significantly contributed to the underground hip hop scene, and is often credited in helping to create the horrorcore genre of hip hop due to his song Devil's Son. His first professional appearance came on Lord Finesse's Yes You May (Remix). His singles include Ebonics, M.V.P., Pull It On, & Flamboyant. He was killed after being shot 9 times in the face & chest in a drive-by shooting.

There is a prevailing myth that revolves around the hip hop world that it is only African-Americans who listen to this genre of music, enjoy it, or promote it. Some believe that African-Americans were the first to create. As the statistics show, however, myths are very different from what reality happens to be. Almost two

25 Good Hip Hop Demographics

There is a prevailing myth that revolves around the hip hop world that it is only African-Americans who listen to this genre of music, enjoy it, or promote it. Some believe that African-Americans were the first to create. As the statistics show, however, myths are very different from what reality happens to be. Almost two

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

Underground Hip Hop mix #13 - YouTube

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