News: Lloyd Banks Calls Shyne & Game's New Music Wack, "This Record Is The Worst" [Video]
Friday, Aug 20, 2010 2:05PM
G-Unit's Lloyd Banks has dismissed new music from rap rivals Shyne and Game, labeling their latest records as "wack."
In an interview, the "Punch Line King" denounced Shyne's new "Belize" track and the recently released "Shake" off Game's R.E.D. Room mixtape as bad records.
"Wackest right now," Banks asked in an interview on A-List Radio. "Shyne, he's number one. I don't know [the name], it's featuring Biggie Smalls, rest in peace. He's disrespecting Biggie Smalls man. This record is the worst record, like the worst record...like, wack...I think Game's 'Shake' record, that was super wack. Umm...who else is wack right now? Just put Shyne, the new Shyne [in the list]. 'After Shyne Has Been Released,' Google that." (A-List Radio)
Shyne's "Belize" reflects on his life in his native country while taunting 50 Cent's rap alias.
"I be smoking trees in Belize when they find me," Shyne raps, "Dude, dude, did everything he said, I'm about a dollar what the f*ck is 50 Cents...They want to know what I'm up to, sh*t, I'm living like I'm accustomed -- in and out of customs, what the f*ck you thought fool, I'm a hustler, no, no, no, not the CO, bro, bro, it's the C-E-O..." ("Belize")
The song also features samples from Jay-Z, Notorious B.I.G. and Bob Marley.
Shyne is ready to get back in the spotlight and tomorrow XXLMag.com will be world premiering the formerly incarcerated MC's new song, named after his South American homeland, "Belize" Featuring posthumous appearances from former Bad Boy label mate The Notorious B.I.G., Jay-Z and Bob Marley, "Belize" finds Shyne Po rhyming over a laid back sample of the reggae legend's track, "Sun is Shining." (XXL Mag)
Last Friday (August 13), Banks announced plans to release his third solo album via EMI Music.
Today it was announced that G-Unit Records have signed a new deal with EMI. As the first order of business, the label plans to distribute Banks' next album, Hunger For More 2 which drops November 23rd. (Rap Radar)
Check out Lloyd Banks' interview below: