Lloyd Banks Drops a Killer Freestyle on a Vintage Dr. Dre Beat (Audio)

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Of the many 90s Hip-Hop freestyles over the last few weeks, Lloyd Banks has released some of the best. After tackling classics by Black Moon and Raekwon, Banks sets his sights to the Left Coast and unleashes a powerhouse verse over the “Serial Killa” track Dr. Dre produced for Snoop Doggy Dogg.

Of course this isn’t the first time Banks has laid-down vocals to Dre’s sonics, given 50 Cent and G-Unit’s history with the good Doctor, but Banks’ rapid-fire flow over G-Funk continues to be a surprisingly good fit. Check it out.

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