Lloyd Banks Drops Gems on New Song “Overload”
Lloyd Banks is back with new music. Today (July 20), the G-Unit member drops "Overload," which is produced by Q Will. The hard-hitting banger finds Banks rattling off gritty bars about getting money.
"Banko prep for war already, clean out the store I'm petty/Half my life anticipating, fifteen years been touring heavy/Rappers in the mortuary, don't get to draw, I'm deadly/Victim files are more than plenty, bring on the semi, uh!/Ferragamo no colors, my shit designer all the time/Benji dollar my covers, I'm fit for commas, born to bomb," he raps.
The hip-hop veteran made his most recent return to the scene when he stopped by Funkmaster Flex's Hot 97 show to freestyle and chop it up. The Queens MC rapped over Nas’ “New York State of Mind” and dropped references to the Migos’ near scuffle with Joe Budden and mumble rap.
Hopefully Lloyd Banks is gearing up to drop a project soon. The last album we got from Banks was 2010's H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More 2).
Bump "Overload" below.
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