Head to 139th and Lenox Ave in Harlem, and you will see part of the legacy Big L left behind. The mural dedicated to him there only represents a small portion of the love hip hop had for Big L and his incredible mic skills. L's lyrics centered on urban realism, but also on the occult, making frequent references to Satan. His 1995 album "Lifestylez Ov Da Poor and Dangerous" never received the type of mainstream recognition it should've at the time, but it remains a hip hop classic. His "'98 Freestyle", is also one of the most celebrated freestyles of all time. "Ask beavis/ I get nothing but head (Butthead)".