The New York Giants show their support for the upcoming Lloyd Banks H.F.M.2 (Hunger For More 2) album in stores everywhere November 22nd.
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Lloyd Banks has to be the most consistent member out of the Unit. While we continue to wait for Hunger For More 2, he drops another freestyle and beasts for a couple bars.
Remember G-Unit when they were on their Beg For Mercy shit? It was around 2003.
In no way, shape or form are they anywhere close to that – buzz wise. But if you listen to the track, they’re back on that bullshit musically. We know 50 is losing right now, and its ok. He’s not lying when he says “I’m in the hood, niggas don’t see me/I be so lowkey… I make bigger moves for bigger bread.”
We speculated on who was going to land on the remix & now we get the lineup. Ludacris, The-Dream, Jadakiss & Yo Gotti are the ones to be summoned for one of the biggest songs of the year. The beat switched up too, so it makes the vibe a little different than the original. via Shake
Riding off the success of “Beamer, Benz Or Bentley,” Lloyd Banks continues to attack tracks in rare G-Unit fashion. We’re still waiting for the second single from PLK, but hopefully that drops soon. Where’s the new mixtape at though?
Lloyd Banks speaks to DJ Envy about 50 Cent’s recent 40lb weight loss in this Sucker Free sneak peak video. He says 50 Cent owes the shed in pounds to working out like crazy and icees.
More on the interview this Sunday on MTV2′s Sucker Free at 12m EST.
Juelz Santana is still on this one and the first and last verses are still the same but this version contains an extra PLK verse not found on the original track. It was probably taken off for radio track time limit issues. You can check out the video here, in case you missed it the first time.
Considering Splash unleashed the instrumental to “Beamer, Benz Or Bentley” in his Random Instrumentals Pt. 23 series (I see you Splash), you knew it was inevitable for rappers to jump on their version of the catchy Lloyd Banks single. Joell Ortiz was official the first with his, but now another BK representative rocks the track on some “Dreams” 2010 type shit.
At the end of the day, we should ask Ludacris who the best is since he’s worked with all of them. We’ll definitely pass up on Lil Kim though. For the record, the only version left to do is the alcoholic beverage version (“Beer, Patron or Henny”). I’m saying though..
If you were listening to Hot97 earlier, you might have heard DJ Enuff play this in the mix. This sounds like a single type joint from PLK. Shouts to Splash.
PLK Lloyd Banks is back with V5 — his 5th mixtape installment of the 5 Or Better series. He plans on dropping a new album by next summer. Tracklisting after the jump.
Much like the Alicia Keys video, 50 Cent dips into some of his favorite songs of all time for some behind the scenes footage in conjunction with the launch of the new Myspace music. His latest album Before I Self Destruct is in stores now.