Big L Return Of The Devil’s Son Cover & Tracklist

Almost 12 years after the passing of Big L, his second posthumous album Return Of The Devil’s Son is scheduled to drop November 23. The day also marks the 10 year anniversary of The Big Picture striking gold. Peep the titles below. Big L rest in peace.

1.) “Return Of The Devils Son” (produced by Showbiz)
2.) “Devil’s Son (produced by Showbiz)
3.) “Zone Of Danger” (produced by J-Love)
4.) “Sandman 118”
5.) “School Days”
6.) “Principle Of The New School” (produced by Showbiz)
7.) “Unexpected Flava” (produced by Lord Finesse)
8.) “Tony’s Touch”
9.) “Right To The Top” f/Royal Flush & Kool G Rap (produced by Domingo)
10.) “Once Again” (produced by J-Love)
11.) “Harlem World Universal”
12.) “I Won’t”
13.) “Hard To Kill”
14.) “Power Moves”
15.) “If You Not Aware”
16.) “I Should Have Used A Rubber”
17.) “Doo Wop #5”
18.) “Yes You Can”
19.) “Audition”
20.) “MC’s What’s Going On” (produced by Showbiz)
21.) “Slaying The Mic

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  • itsMe

    damn…what is the family going to think of that title???

  • R y a n

    I love that there aren’t any bullshit features like Rick Ross or Young Jeezy or some shit, Big L is classic. This should be good.

  • I don’t think that’s a good title for someone who has passed.

  • MATIC

    Really, what else they gonna call it? I think it suits the album fine.

    He rapped about street shit.

    Thats a hard ass album name for a dude spittin street shit.

    Lamont Coleman Rest in Power!

  • mac DIESEL

    HARLEM DIED WHEN BIG L DIED!!!! R.I.P. BIG L!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • fuckfuckyou

    harlem died not only when Big L Died Also when hud 6 died

  • fuckfuckyou

    that was Big L’s Aka he was known for spitting lyrics saying he was the Devil’s son dont see what yall bitching 4

  • Belize

    I’m not diggin the tile much either. 0_o
    I hope it’s worth it…He been gone for a long time.
    Keep restin in Peace Big L. Hip-Hop misses you terribly.

  • Mike B

    I thought noone was gonna release an L album cuz his estranged father somehow won all the rights to his shit and he’d be leaching the money??? ..im really lookin forward to this…I hope they do him justice, assuming its new beats and hooks….the second one was dope..but he probably had influence on that one, as in alot of the songs were going to end up on his next album anyways

    MUHfuckin BIG L!!

    They should put that DITC tribute to him on this as a bonus

  • ZoomZoom

    DAMN @BELIZE IS CRYING ON HIS KEY BOARD WOWZERS!!!!!

  • Post no billz

    I gotta few of theses joints in the stash… Alot of these were rare.. Does anyone know if they are remixes or orginals?

  • bgirl

    Dope. Lamont is the GOAT

  • yoo

    i cant wait for this shit

  • ronnie_moe

    Big-L one of the greatest ever…..

  • DOZEZ

    bout time…

  • Thank Me Hater

    Legend…..nuff said

  • D-manded

    i love this manss music a legend gets all my respect but yh i think they could of called it somethin else i dunno some shit like”return of the street preacher”

  • dolla

    dolla another dead legend RIP

  • dolla

    stop sleepin on him guyz

  • Noringtone

    Big L and Eminem are kinda the same to me. Big L’s just a street version.

  • R.I.P.

    if L lived I think he unquestionably would’ve been the greatest. Definitely would’ve smashed any rapper. Real talk… “YA BETTER PAY ATTENTION WHEN L RHYME, CUZ BEIN STREET STRUCK’LL GET YOU NOTHIN BUT A BULLET AND JAIL TIME”

    I recognize a couple of these tracks.. “School Days” one of my favorites..

  • StudioThug2010

    The First song he ever did was called the devils son.

    L was the best from harlem hands down he birth Mase (Murder Mase was nice) and Cam!

    Only nigga to Murder Jay-Z in a freestyle battle!

  • G

    Wait..what about the 139 and Lenox record on ITunes? that shit doesn’t count? that one came out late last month.

  • A million things run thru my mind

    Big L allday…..EM who?

  • Drock

    YES I had no idea. I’m so f*cking giddy, I can’t wait

    RIP BIG L, If he was alive today he would be the only one standing above Jay-Z

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  • Javier

    Devil son made him known so i like the title but idk if return of the devils son should be before devils son lmfao and stan if you want to hate theres probably some gay soulja boy crap you can be looking at instead

  • That nigga Vader

    OOOOOO LAAWD!

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  • HipHop111

    139 and Lenox and now this and none of it is acutal unreleased tracks most of these track can be found on the internet

  • NotoriousRambo

    RIP BIG L HARLEM’S FINEST AND THE REAL PLK!!! CANT WAIT FOR THAT DOCUMENTARY “STREET STRUCK” THAT’S IN THE WORKS TO COME OUT FINALLY GIVING L SOME SHINE AND INTRODUCING THOSE WHO DON’T KNOW ABOUT HIM TO THE WORLD.

    FOR THOSE WHO DON’T KNOW BIG L DID MAKE A CAMEO APPEARANCE IN FAT JOE’S “JOHN BLAZE” HE CAN BE SEEN WHEN PUN IS SAYING I’LL APPEAR IN YOUR DREAMS!!!

    FOR ALL THE BIG L FANS CHECK OUT HIS SITE http://biglonline.com/

    ONE THING I’M PISSED OFF ABOUT IS THAT JAYZ , CAM’RON, AND FAT JOE NEVER GIVE L ANY SHOUT OUTS OR TRIBUTES I DON’T KNOW IF ITS BECAUSE THEY WANT TO PRESERVE HIS LEGACY OR THEY DON’T WANT THE WORLD TO KNOW ABOUT HIM CAUSE HES A WAY BETTER RAPPER THAN ANY OF THEM SMH

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    Big L Documentary To Hit Stores Soon

    Late Harlem rapper Big L’s life story is going to be told in a new documentary titled Street Struck: The Big L Story.

    The documentary, produced by Dangerzone Films, chronicles the rapper – real name Lamont Coleman -’s rise to fame. The documentary includes his work with Children of Da Corn (Ma$e, McGruff, Bloodshed and Cam’Ron), as well as his part as a member of the Diggin’ In The Crates crew.

    The documentary will, in addition, have stories told by family members, friends and other rappers that collaborated with him.

    Fans of the deceased rapper will be especially excited to know that the documentary will feature rare footage of Big L performing with Big Pun on stage, as well as conducting an interview from the set of Fat Joe’s “John Blaze” video shoot.

    Artists such as Mysonne, DJ Premier, Showbiz, McGruff, Cipha Sounds, and Stan Spit, among others, give their insight on the rapper, who was gunned down February 1999 in Harlem.

    In related news, a mural of Big L on Harlem’s 140th Street will be re-done to weatherproof and touch up the painting.

    Currently, no release date has been slated.

  • eyoubettaflee

    all these tracks are sooooo old. nothing new.

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