Flamboyant Entertainment was an American hip hop record label based in New York City, New York. The label was established by rapper Big L in 1998, who elected to pursue a career as an independent artist after being dropped from Columbia Records in 1996. The label's first release was Big L's 1998 single "Ebonics", but it would turn out to be the only release on the label during Big L's lifetime due to his 1999 murder. Flamboyant Entertainment posthumously released Big L's 2000 album The Big Picture with Rawkus Records and PIAS.
In 2010, the label released the Big L compilation album 139 & Lenox.