It's pretty clear the hunger is no more and, for the most part, he chooses to sleepwalk through song after song.
something special about Lloyd Banks' Hunger for More. It was his hunger.
He proved to be mighty with the pen, ready with the clever punch-lines and went
on to showcase a charismatic "playboy" persona, all while making millions. And
while selling records can't be too much of a negative thing, it can sometimes
diminish hunger. Love'em or hate'em, you couldn't really front on the
production that backed G-Unit for
their first couple years in the game. With their last couple releases, namely Mobb Deep and Yayo, the sure shot production was a round of blanks.
Nevertheless, Banks is here to fend off the
infamous sophomore jinx clich