An associate of Body fat Joe’s DITC team, rapper Big L was created Lamont Coleman on, may 30, 1974. He produced his single debut with 1995’s Lifestylez Ov Da Poor & Harmful, scoring some underground strikes including “No Endz, No Skinz,” “Road Struck” and “Da Graveyard”; Big L’s best-known work, the solitary “Ebonics,” adopted by himself Flamboyant label in the summertime of 1998. Around once, he became a member of the Bronx-based hip-hop supergroup DITC (Diggin’ within the Crates), showing up on their solitary, “Dignified Troops.” Around the night of Feb 15, 1999, Big L was shot and wiped out just blocks from his Harlem house; he was simply 24 during his death. Both DITC recording Worldwide and the next Big L single effort, THE PICTURE AS A WHOLE, adopted in 2000.
|1||Lamont started his career in 1990, when he was in a group called Three the Hard Way, but he left because the other members didn't take it seriously. He later formed a group called Children of the Corn with a couple of emcees (Killa "Cam'Ron" Cam, Murda Mase, McGruff, and Bloodshed) from a local hip-hop crew called Caged Fury.|
|2||Had a deal with Jay Z and was about to sign with Roc-A-Fella with his friends McGruff and C-Town. The trio had plans to form a group called the Wolfpack. Its members were supposed to be McGruff, C-Town, L, and Jay-Z. However, L was murdered a couple of days before they were supposed to close the deal.|
|3||Worked on a second Columbia/SME album in 1996, after "Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous." Three tracks ("Now or Never," "Hit It," and "Games Females Play") were released on the complication album "The Archives: 1996-2000." the album was never finished because L left Columbia/SME the same year.|
|4||Recorded a song called "Deadly Combination" with verses by Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G..|
|5||Recorded with Jay Z.|
|6||Big L started his career with fellow Harlemites Cam'ron, Mase, and Bloodshed.|
|7||Was a freestyle hip-hop emcee.|
|8||Recorded for Columbia/SME Records and Rawkus/MCA/Universal Records.|
|9||Was a member of the famed D.I.T.C. crew.|
|10||Was a Gemini.|
|Venus and Serena||2012||Documentary writer: "I'm Ready" - as Derek Lamont Coleman|
|Transporter 3||2008||writer: "Set It on Fire"|
|Hak hap||1996||writer: "The Enemy" - as L. Coleman|
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|1||There's a difference between confidence and being cocky, and I'm real confident, because I know what I'm capable of.|
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