Big L – Return of The Devil’s Son Cover & Tracklist

As you may have heard, a new Big L project entitled Return of The Devil’s Son will be hitting stores on November 23rd. The LP is backed by the slain Harlem lyricist’s family and is alleged to be chock full of unreleased material (we’ll see about that, I have a feeling there are gonna be some recycled verses). Here is the artwork, hit the jump for press release and tracklist.

On the 10-year anniversary of Big L’s first posthumous release going Gold, his family releases brand new album with 21-unreleased songs

New York, NY – SMC Recordings, along with Distrolord Inc, is set for a huge release from New York rapper Big L, close to 12 years after his death. Since his passing, albums have been released under the guise of the Big L imprint, but none except his sophomore release was official. Ten years later, Big L fans will be able to enjoy all unreleased material with his newest album Return of the Devil’s Son and know that this is an official project backed by his family.

“This album is supported 100% by the Big L family.” Said Big L’s older brother Donald Phinazee “I’ve been talking about this album for the last six years and it means everything to me. This is an original Big L album and I’m excited to put my brother out.”
Lamont Coleman aka Big L, a witty and lyrical Harlem rapper, was buzzing in the underground hip-hop scene in the early 90’s; running with the likes of Cam’Ron and Mase, who shot to stardom during this time. His Columbia Records debut in 1995 was mildly successful commercially but vastly influential artistically. Then in 1999 when he was just 24, Big L was tragically killed and the case still remains unsolved. Around this time, an independently released single was getting spins on local radio and in 2000 his posthumous second album (“The Big Picture”) was received by acclaim and phenomenal sales.

Return of the Devil’s Son has 21 unreleased songs, including “Right To The Top” featuring Royal Flush and Kool G Rap.
“This album will show where he should have been and where he was about to go. It’s going on 12-years since he’s been gone. He would have been that one; this project will show where he should have been at,” said Donald Phinazee.

Return of the Devil’s Son on Distrolord/SMC Recordings will be available online and in stores November 23, 2010.

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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13 Responses to “Big L – Return of The Devil’s Son Cover & Tracklist”

  1. Casket Face Says:

    # Casket Face Says:
    October 13th, 2010 at 5:10 pm

    smh at behind the scenes niggas gettin’ tight cause i’m tryna live and getting a little recognition so they hatin’ lol for real? …..that’s PURE HATE

    “get that hatred out your heart boy” (c) Jake Shuttlesworth

  2. Casket Face Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    October 13th, 2010 at 5:03 pm

    a rapper that can entertain you not just for the lead single of the album.
    ==================
    Shit reads like English is your second language.

    ^^^

    That’s correct english sucka….look at your blog nigga, got fix that shit up.

    “take that blogger favicon off, you embarrassing us” (c) Pimp C

  3. Casket Face Says:

    smh i ain’t fuckin’ with yall bums ….bout to take my girl to olive garden and sip some reisling while yall in here jerkin’ off to broken jay electronica promises

    …check my twitter via olive garden later on,

    *daps dappable*

    *spits flem and raps waka “bustin’ at em’ in suckas directions*

  4. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    “The Greatest“ Extravagant “Nino Brown” inspired cocaine rap has disgustingly ran ramped this year.
    ===================================
    It’s ran RAMPANT, you fucknut.

  5. mCb Says:

    the fact that it doesnt have 55 features is a good sign.

    im prob buying this.

  6. Casket Face Says:

    # AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:
    October 13th, 2010 at 5:24 pm

    “The Greatest“ Extravagant “Nino Brown” inspired cocaine rap has disgustingly ran ramped this year.
    ===================================
    It’s ran RAMPANT, you fucknut.

    ^^^^

    smh where you see “ramped”? it says rampant….learn to read nigga smh

  7. Nahruto Uzumaki Says:

    im prob buying this.

    ^ Same here

    “Principle Of The New School” – I heard this joint before

  8. Nahruto Uzumaki Says:

    via olive garden later on

    ^ lol

  9. AmpGeez a.k.a. Smoke Greene Says:

    Yo Casket, if you want me to proof read your shit, just ask lol.

    I mean, I know you’re used to dealing with the editorial staff at The Post, but I’ll help out anyway I can.

    Always down to support a nahgga.

  10. dockevoc Says:

    L!

  11. Jewtino Says:

    All through high school, I rocked braids, kept mad blades, stabbin teachers to death they gave me bad grades. – 7 Minute Freestyle w/ Jay-Z

    L > Hoe-Va

  12. KiNGrEx Says:

    Already recognize like 4 tracks…will stil prly cop though

    Big L = One of the greats

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