The Punch Line King is taking to MTV's "RapFix Live" this Friday at 1 p.m. E.T. to announce his new record deal.
This Friday, G-Unit soldier Lloyd Banks will reveal details about his new record deal at 1 p.m. E.T. on MTV's "RapFix Live." The Queens-born Punch Line King parted ways with one-time label Interscope Records in 2009, fufilling his contractual obligation following the release of 2006's Rotten Apple.
Banks' new deal will find him releasing his first album in four years, a sequel to his debut album The Hunger For More. He told MTV that the album is his return to fighting form and that by both his fans have been encouraging him all along the way.
"[The Hunger For More 2] takes people back," he said about his upcoming third album. "Especially with Twitter and stuff like that, you talk directly to your fans and they'll tell you what they want to hear. They want that old thing back. Not as far as the music, but the drive. Fans want to see you excited about hip-hop." (MTV)
DX will keep you updated as more details are revealed.