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The Big Picture | Big L (RBG R.I.P. Tribute Version) Full Album

The Big Picture | Big L (RBG R.I.P. Tribute Version) Full Album

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The Big Picture 
 (Big L album)
The Big Picture (1974 
– 
1999)
 
Released
August 1, 2000
Recorded
1997
1998
 
Length
55:36
Rawkus / Flamboyant Entertainment
DJ Premier, Ron Browz, Ron G, Lord Finesse,  Pete Rock, Shomari, Mike Heron, Ysae, Showbiz
Big L chronology
 
 (1995)
The Big Picture (1974-1999) 
 (2000)
 (2006)
Singles from
The Big Picture (1974-1999) 
 
1.
 
"Ebonics (Criminal Slang)" Released: 1998 2.
 
"Holdin' It Down" Released: 1999 3.
 
"Flamboyant" Released: May 30, 2000 4.
 
"Platinum Plus" Released: 2001
The Big Picture (1974 
– 
1999) 
 is the second and final studio album by American hip hop rapper Big L. The album was slated for a 1999 release, but due to L's murder, the album was posthumously released on August 1, 2000 on Rawkus Records. Recording sessions for the album took place primarily at D&D Studios in New York City, New York during 1997 to 1998. The album was produced by DJ Premier, Ron Browz, Ron G, Lord Finesse, Pete Rock, Shomari, Mike Heron, Ysae, and Showbiz. The album features the popular single "Ebonics"/"Size 'Em Up" (which was the last single released while Big L was still alive), as well as the #1 Rap single "Flamboyant". The Big Picture features appearances from Fat Joe, Guru, Kool G Rap, Big Daddy Kane and 2Pac. It was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America in October 2000.
 It sold 72,549 copies in the first week.
 
Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating
RapReviews 8/10
 
The Big Picture 
 has received generally favorable reviews from music critics. M.F. DiBella of Allmusic gave the album three out of five stars.
 RapReviews' Steve Juon gave the album eight out of ten stars.
 gave the album three and a half stars out of five.
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"The Enemy", featuring fellow New York rapper Fat Joe, talks about the NYPD in a bad way, "criticizing its provoking and shady ways", according to April Park of the 
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