Lloyd Banks pushes on with his At Your Request series. This time he drops a freestyle over Ghostface Killah‘s “Mighty Healthy” produced by Mathematics. Also, catch up on his “Young & Reckless” freestyle here.
Lloyd Banks goes in on Fabolous and Jadakiss‘s “Soul Food.” It’s a dish best served hot and Banks is on fire. He previously dropped “End Of An Era” and “Untouchable” freestyles, which makes “Soul Food” the third in his 10-track freestyle series. Listen below.
Lloyd Banks remains “Untouchable” On Christmas Eve, Lloyd Banks announced his #AtYourRequest freestlye series. He started off the with his “End OF An Era” freestyle, where he raps over Jadakiss‘s “Jason” produced by Swizz Beatz. Now, the Queens lyricist delivers his latest freestyle called “Untouchable.” He is confident over Pusha T‘s King Push – Darkest Before Dawn: . . .
G-Unit rapper shares “End Of An Era” freestyle Lloyd Banks drops off his “End Of An Era” freestyle. In typical fashion, he shares a bar-driven track for his latest offering. It appears to be the first release in a 10-song series, according to the artwork at the bottom. Ok while I have your attention..I’m doing some . . .
Lloyd Banks gave us two projects, All Or Nothing: Live It Up and Halloween Havoc 3: Four Days of Fury, both within two months. Following that, he unleashed the “Blue Friday” series. Now, he is back with “Overload.” Listen to the Q Will-produced track below.
Lloyd Banks titles his latest release, “Toxic.” It’s fitting as his bars and delivery are venomous and lethal. The Blue Friday series shows a consistency of quality output and has me wondering what might he have in store project-wise. Only time will tell. “Lost in the system, losing my mind next / Out hittin’ number one, . . .
Lloyd Banks brings some friends along for his last Blue Friday series drop. He shares “Change Lanes” featuring Currensy and Big K.R.I.T. Related: Lloyd Banks – “Major League” Over some chill, easygoing production, the three accomplished rappers deliver a solid dynamic. Listen below.
After offering “Misunderstood” and “Last Of A Dope Era Dying” Lloyd Banks continues his onslaught of gritty east coast raps with “Major League.” “Chronic by the cases, out here countin’ faces” Listen below.
Last week, Lloyd Banks dropped off “Misunderstood.” He returns to share a classic hip hop cut titled “Last Of A Dope Era Dying.” There’s something to be said about a veteran of any game. Their contributions and sacrifices to the game are to be respected and recognized. Lloyd Banks sees through those that do less . . .
Lloyd Banks gets reflective on his Beat Butcha-produced song, “Misunderstood.” Take a deep dive into his thoughts and gritty bars on this introspective track. Listen below.
Lots of artists see Halloween as a good time to release new music. Lloyd Banks is one of them. The G-Unit rapper continues tradition with the release of his Halloween Havoc 3: Four Days of Fury mixtape. Stream the project in full below.
Lloyd Banks is back, and he returns as promised with his All Or Nothing: Live It Up mixtape, the second tape in the series. The G-Unit emcee rounds up the likes of Joe Budden, Havoc, Vado, Prodigy, Styles P and many more to feature on the 15-track project. The tape was released last night to . . .
Lloyd Banks returns with the no-nonsense “Reap What You Sow.” This bar-heavy, direct track will be a part of his upcoming All Or Nothing: Live It Up mixtape. I’m still in love with creating great music..and honestly feel like I’m getting better with each project..but I’ll let y’all be the judge — Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) September 19, . . .
Harlem rapper, Dave East, is back with part 2 of his Paranoia series. After dropping his Paranoia: A True Story EP last year, Dave East returns with the project’s second edition, Paranoia 2. The 15-track album includes features from Tory Lanez, T.I., Lloyd Banks, Marsha Ambrosius, and more. Stream Paranoia 2 EP below and download your copy from iTunes.
ESSNTL is back again with another installment of the Earth To Your Brain radio series. ETYB Radio Season 3: Session 027 is over two hours worth of well sequenced, varied music for your listening pleasure, courtest of ESSNTL, Ethereal, and Artistic Manifesto. “This show was literally created and recorded in my hotel room during the . . .