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Big L

      
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People who like the musical artist you searched for, are this much more likely to like each artist below, than the average person is.
1.Rakim         > 20x
2.Big Pun         > 20x
3.Mobb Deep         > 20x
4.Gang Starr         > 20x
5.KRS-One         > 20x
6.Murs         > 20x
7.Ol' Dirty Bastard         19.3x
8.Eric B. & Rakim         17.1x
9.Rza         17.0x
10.Black Star         16.2x
11.The Pharcyde         15.7x
12.Madlib         15.5x
13.Talib Kweli         14.3x
14.Nas         14.2x
15.Dilated Peoples         13.9x
16.Wu-Tang Clan         13.4x
17.Slum Village         13.4x
18.Hieroglyphics         13.2x
19.A Tribe Called Quest         12.8x
20.MF Doom         12.7x
21.Redman         12.2x
22.J Dilla         11.4x
23.Gza         11.4x
24.De La Soul         11.0x
25.Madvillain         10.6x
26.Immortal Technique         10.2x
27.Nujabes       9.7x
28.Method Man         9.4x
29.The Notorious B.I.G.         9.1x
30.Mos Def         8.6x
31.Aesop Rock         8.5x
32.The Roots         8.3x
33.N.W.A         7.2x
34.Ghostface Killah         7.1x
35.Dead Prez         6.9x
36.Al Green         6.2x
37.Tupac Shakur         5.9x
38.El-P         5.5x
39.Danny Brown         4.8x
40.Jedi Mind Tricks         4.7x
41.Jurassic 5         4.5x
42.Common         4.4x
43.Marvin Gaye         4.4x
44.Curtis Mayfield         4.1x
45.Run–D.M.C.         4.1x
46.Flying Lotus         3.8x
47.The Coup         3.8x
48.Dr. Dre         3.8x
49.Quasimoto         3.3x
50.Outkast         3.1x
51.Fugees         2.9x
52.Bob Marley         2.8x
53.Public Enemy         2.7x
54.Busta Rhymes         2.6x
55.DJ Shadow         2.3x
56.Pharoahe Monch         2.2x
57.James Brown         2.2x
58.Atmosphere         2.0x
59.Snoop Dogg         1.9x
60.Clipse         1.9x
61.Jay-Z         1.7x
62.Nina Simone         1.5x
63.Eazy-E         < 1.5x
Lamont Coleman (May 30, 1974 – February 15, 1999), better known by his stage name Big L, was an American rapper. Coleman was born and raised in Harlem, New York, where he started his rapping career with Three the Hard Way. His first professional appearance came on Lord Finesse's "Yes You May (Remix)". He released his debut album, Lifestylez ov da Poor & Dangerous in 1995, and significantly contributed to the underground hip hop scene. He created his own independent label, Flamboyant Entertainment, in 1998 where he released one of his best known singles "Ebonics"... more