something special about Lloyd Banks'
Hunger for More. It was his hunger.
He proved to be mighty with the pen, ready with the clever punch-lines and went
on to showcase a charismatic "playboy" persona, all while making millions. And
while selling records can't be too much of a negative thing, it can sometimes
diminish hunger. Love'em or hate'em, you couldn't really front on the
production that backed G-Unit for
their first couple years in the game. With their last couple releases, namely Mobb Deep and Yayo, the sure shot production was a round of blanks.
Banks is here to fend off the
infamous sophomore jinx clich