“Put It On, Big L Put It On”
(May 30,1974-Feburary 15, 1999)
One of the hottest lyricist from Harlem.
A member of The “Children Of The Corn” with Mase and Cam’ron that never ever reached mainstream success.
Big L also released tracks with his “Diggin In The Crates” Crew, with Fat Joe.
Yes, I know he was shot in 1999.
Talent and Hip Hop doesn’t die!
Music lives on, and so will Big L.
Trayvon, you will be remembered as a symbol of unity, and unjustified death.
Your parents are not alone fighting for your short life. They have millions of people they have never met, crying over you right now! I am one of them. You didn’t deserve any of this racism, you didn’t deserve those painful bullets. You did not deserve to have to beg for your life. I know you will never make it to college. You will never leave your town to follow your dreams. You have to know that you will never leave our hearts, and justice has to be served. Sleep in peace, while we fight for you!