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by - written on 26/08/10, updated on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 8 readings)
Hunger For More is the debut rap album from Lloyd Banks, formerly of G-Unit and a close friend of both 50-Cent and Eminem. Following the success of the G-Unit solo album, Banks has taken the decision to go it his own without his brothers and the rersult is a highly competent and listenable album! Though the album features cameo performances from the likes of Snoop and Marshall Mathers, this at no point overshadows the fact that this is Banks' album and it is always clear who is in charge here unlike on some albums such as Obie Trice's debut where Eminem seemed to play a very big role that, at times, was too big to the point of intrusion! Favourite ... Read the complete review
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