Lloyd Banks recently dropped his latest album, The Course Of The Inevitable 2, continuing his run from 2021, and fans discuss his greatness.


Jim Jones is back to talking that Verzuz talk. In a recent interview he said he would smoke Lloyd Banks in a battle.


During an interview with DJ Whoo Kid, Fif revealed that he regrets creating the group who helped propel the careers of Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and Tony Yayo, before adding that he has no plans of creating a documentary around the group after Whoo Kid raised the question due to the increase in Hip-Hop documentaries.


G-Unit's goon, Tony Yayo wasn't feeling DMX's jab at his lyrical skills and went extremely low when clapping back.


The Boy Wonder is moving on. Today (June 12), 50 Cent took to Instagram to reveal that Lloyd Banks is dropping a new project, but that it won’t be via G-Unit Records. 

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Looks like Lloyd Banks isn’t retiring after all. Last Friday (March 16) Lloyd Banks shocked the Hip-Hop world when he began to innocently tweet about his love for Hip-Hop before posting that one last ominous tweet, “With that being said…I think it’s time to lay it down.”

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It’s all about getting mucho deniro on a new track by Chevy Woods called “Kilmer.” However, the Taylor Gang affiliate didn’t come alone, but rather with G-Unit rhymer Lloyd Banks.

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Action Bronson kept it Queens, New York through and through on the remix for “Strictly For My Jeeps.” He went as far as to grab feature verses from Lloyd Banks (Southside Jamaica) and more surprisingly LL Cool J (Hollis) so you know it’s real.


People have their respective paths. It’s the “Life We Chose,” according to Mobb Deep’s own Havoc, who provides a video for the unapologetic jam. Lloyd Banks joins his Queens brethren on the track, and makes a rare appearance in the visual.

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The Game is taking his hope for a G-Unit reunion very seriously. The Compton rapper has been promoting a petition to get the old musical gang back together again. Maybe.

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Don’t tell Lloyd Banks, but 50 Cent isn’t looking to reunite with his G-Unit comrades anytime soon. As frontrunner of the crew, whatever 50 says goes and even though he teased the very same idea a few weeks ago, when asked of getting back together with his cold cronies, he turned the option down.


Joe Budden follows the familiar yet effective pattern of dropping a new album after a VH1 show.