With 50 Cent becoming more and more enamored with movie trailers than vocal booths, the time has finally come for Lloyd Banks to step to the forefront. With the release of his third album, H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger For More 2), there’s an obvious focus on the commercial side of things now that the Southside Queens native is waving the G-Unit flag by his lonesome. When 50 was reigning terror on the airwaves, Banks was able to keep the core G-Unit fan base appeased with street bangers like “On Fire,” “Cake,” and “I’m So Fly” where getting money and stuntin’ were the main objectives. Now the attention is applied in varying degrees towards the fairer sex.
The Boy Wonder successfully caters to both both sets on the boisterous <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2010/03/lloyd-banks-feat-juelz-santana-beamer-benz-or-bentley-video">“Beamer, Benz, or Bentley</a>,” the lead single that proved its staying power throughout the summer.