Lloyd Banks Releases A Hot New Mixtape ft Joe Budden, Prodigy & More (Audio Stream)

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Last week, Lloyd Banks released “Reap What You Sow,” the lead single from his latest project and one of the strongest lyrical barrages of his career. Prior to the song’s release, the Queens, New York MC tweeted of the new EP arriving today (September 26), “time to show these fools how to rap! Get ready!!” Now that All Or Nothing: Live It Up has arrived, it’s clear that wasn’t an empty threat.

Not only is the G-Unit rapper continuing to prove that, despite not having dropped a studio project since 2010’s H.F.M. 2 (The Hunger for More 2), he is far from out of practice. However, he’s not the only lyricist to show up and show out on the EP. He’s enlisted big-body verses from Mobb Deep’s Prodigy (“Seniorities,” which also features Dipset affiliate Vado), Styles P (“Land of Opportunity”), Tony Yayo (“Work Hard”), and Joe Budden (“Transition”).

Released in partnership with DJ Drama, All Or Nothing: Live It Up is Banks’s first release since 2015’s Halloween Havoc 2.