The album was slated for a release, but due to L's murder, it was posthumously released on Size Em Up (Street) - Big L - Ebonics / Size Em Up 11, on Rawkus Records.
It was incomplete at the time of Big L's death, and was posthumously completed by his manager and partner in Flamboyant Entertainment, Rich King. It sold 72, copies in the first week. The Big Picture has received critical acclaim. DiBella of Allmusic gave the album three out of five stars. Many [ who? Writers by Allmusic. Credits for The Big Picture adapted from Allmusic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Ebonics Criminal Slang.
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