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Did Lloyd Banks Just Retire?
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It looks like Lloyd Banks might taking a break from hip hop.
The G-Unit rapper went onto Twitter to give thanks to all of the artists in hip hop that came before him. Right after that tweet he admitted that it was "time to lay it down."
Banks first entered the scene alongside 50 Cent and made noise in the mixtape ranks as arguably the top lyricist in G-Unit.
He released his first album in 2004 with Hunger For More which included popular singles such as "Karma," "On Fire," "Warrior," "I'm So Fly" and more.
Banks followed that up with two more solo albums, Rotten Apple, and Hunger For More 2. He was also featured in G-Unit's group albums Beg For Mercy and Terminate On Sight.
Do you think it's a wrap on Lloyd Banks' career?
I fell in love with Hip Hop over 25 years ago..it was that thing I turned to during good times and bad..just wanna say thank you to the artist B4 me that inspired me..and send my appreciation to everyone that supported me till this day THANK YOU!!— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) March 16, 2018
With that being said..I think it’s time to lay it down— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) March 16, 2018