Released in February of 2010, the Juelz Santana-assisted record produced by Prime became a radio and commercial success without major label backing. During the time of the heavily-remixed song's climb on the charts, Banks was renegotiating a contract at Interscope Records. Earlier this month, the G-Unit emcee finally reached an agreement with EMI Records to distribute his next album. That release, The Hunger For More 2, is planned for November, and is said to carry "Beamer, Benz or Bentley" with it, as well as the Lloyd-assisted "Any Girl."
Lloyd Banks' "Beamer, Benz Or Bentley" Certified Gold Single
G-Unit's Banks scored a Juelz Santana-assisted smash in his days between leaving Interscope Records and signing to EMI.