The Daily Grind Video



Coming from one of the best rap groups in 50 Cent’s G-Unit and having the G-Unit/Interscope record label as backing, you would’ve thought Lloyd Banks would have got to the top quicker and stayed there. With millions of records sold off G-Unit’s debut album Beg For Mercy and a solo platinum follow-up titled Hunger For More, Lloyd Banks seemed like  he couldn’t be stopped.


About two years later Lloyd Banks dropped his second solo album Rotten Apple. With a single featuring Keri Hilson, this was for sure supposed to be another classic album. There was only a couple of problems. Keri Hilson wasn’t as hot as she is now back then and the production on the album was not up to par with his punchline heavy lyrics.



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