New York rapper Lloyd Banks has found the only wallpaper necessary for everyone’s smartphones. The rap veteran went online Tuesday to share a throwback pic featuring tons of hip-hop veterans including Fat Joe, Rakim, Russell Simmons and more. Look and comment below!
New York rapper 50 Cent is giving G-Unit fans something to believe in. The hip-hop veteran went online this weekend to share a highlight clip of himself reunited with Unit members Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda performing overseas. Watch and comment below!
New York rapper Lloyd Banks isn’t going anywhere but to the top of the rap food chain. The hip-hop veteran wants fans to know he never intended on sparking retirement speculation after putting out a dicey tweet earlier in the week.
On Friday, the Punchline King hopped on Twitter to admit his form of sarcasm rubbed people the wrong way.
Initially, Banks jumped on Twitter and shut down the idea of new music dropping anytime soon.
New York rappers Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo are “this” much closer to making a G-Unit reunion go down. The duo have announced plans to link up for an overseas run.
On Friday, the Talk of New York went to Instagram to announce a September Australia and New Zealand tour.
Earlier this summer, the Unit boss50 Centwent to Instagram to acknowledge the group had performed less than 10 shows together without him in almost 20 years.
Recently, 50 used a pic of estranged Unit member Young Buck and rap rookie Lil Nas X – who has come out as a gay musician – to imply the rapper is into same-sex relations.
Weeks prior, Buck Marley made jaws drop by going in-in on the Unit leader with his “Foofy” battle record.
“I can’t believe this sh*t. How dare you n*ggas! Okay,” Buck says before unloaded his disses. “Banks gone, ain’t nobody there to settle it now. Other n*ggas need verses from whoever around. Foofy, this Instagram sh*t done got goofy. Let’s focus on that $2 million, that n*gga robbed you. Let’s talk about those b*tches you burnt. Those h*es charged you. What I learned was, how not to be a father. Apologizing to my sons and my daughters. Forgive me for the pain that I caused them.” (“Foofy”)