New York rapper Lloyd Banks knows he’s a certified veteran. The hip-hop star goes online to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of his unforgettable The Hunger For More 2 album.
Lloyd Banks’ Hunger For More 2 Anniversary
The Punchline King shared the project’s artwork on his Instagram page with a reflective message. Banks also asked followers to name some of their favorite songs.
“Today makes 10 years! Since my 3rd studio (independent) album dropped! Favorite tracks?? How do you rate this project?? #HFM2 (should I drop merch as well?) repost this because the media platforms that post bs stories using my name won’t!!” -Lloyd Banks’ Instagram
Lloyd Banks Puts Himself In Hip-Hop’s 1%
The G-Unit original hasn’t put out an album since 2010, but apparently doesn’t believe he’s lost a step. When a Twitter fan recently said Banks could still rap circles around 90 percent of rappers today, the PLK took it a step further.
Could Lloyd Banks Have Been The G.O.A.T.?
On Twitter, a fan recently said Banks could’ve been “one of the greatest rappers of all time.” Lloyd laughed at first, then asked what exactly it takes to reach that status.
“Question..how many albums/projects/mixtapes does it take to be one of the greatest? In your opinion”
G-Unit G.O.A.T. Competition
For what it’s worth, Banks put out three solo albums in his career (one went platinum) and was part of two G-Unit group albums. His last project was 2010’s Hunger For More 2. If a G.O.A.T. needs a solid library rather than just lyrical skill, if anything, Banks’ bandmate 50 Cent has a better G.O.A.T. argument with five solo albums and tens of millions in sales.