Happy Monday! Its time to put another heralded Hip-Hop album on the stand. This week, we’re joined by our star witnesses Smitty, Felix, and Aviles, as we bring the focus to Lloyd Banks’ The Hunger For More.
The G-Unit rapper released his breakout debut in 2004, and with the help of hit singles like “On Fire,” “I’m So Fly,” and “Karma,” the album was a success. But does it suffer from being stuck in the time period it was released? Is it one of New York’s last great rap albums? Or, should it actually be labeled as a 50 Cent album with a splash of Lloyd Banks? No stone goes unturned.
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