G-Unit leader 50 Cent will reportedly be featured on one of the remixes to Lloyd Banks‘ “Beamer, Benz or Bentley” song.
Based on new reports, Fif is set to spit his bars on the New York anthem.
50 Cent will be on the official remix to Lloyd Banks’ “Beamer, Benz, Bentley” coming to the airwaves sooner than you think. Are you anxious for a new Fiddy verse? We wonder if he will be responding to any of the jabs thrown at him from Shyne‘s new diss record? (The Life Files)
Last March, Banks said he would be making regional remixes to the smash hit.
“I’ve got so much love and a good response on this record that it’s actually going to have to be more than one remix because it goes by markets,” Banks told VIBE, careful not to drop names. “You got Down South, you got the West coast, you got the East coast. Different regions take different records. I thought the Maino version was cool, I like the Joe Budden verse. Fab is cool too and there’s so many more, but those are the ones that stick out to me. They’re playing that Joell Ortiz version a lot in NY, too. I still think mine is the tightest, but hey [laughs].” (VIBE)
Slim Thug and Fabolous are reportedly going to be on the song’s remix.
“We did a remix to ‘Beamer, Benz or Bentley,” Fab said in an interview. “Yeah, they had reached out to me, I think I hadTwittered it or something so somebody had reached out to me like ‘Yo, we would love to have you on the remix,’ and I was like yeah that would be dope. Actually I worked with Banks before, I don’t think it ever came out though, like something for his first project…” (This Is 50)
Juelz Santana recently talked about working with Banks on the record.
“I knew what that song was gonna be when we did the record,” Juelz said about his duet with Banks. “The beat is so unique, then you got two artists that’s never done a record before. And it’s a record that people would like to hear. It’s a ‘hood record and we was both spitting on there — you rarely get that anymore, especially with two artists like me and Banks. A lot of time people teaming up and they just making records because the names sound good. But the records don’t sound good because they either rushed or n—as just getting up just to get up. You know how they say when two artists get together and make a song how it is supposed to be? It completes everything we do. It’s radio, but it’s still hard. ‘Beamer, Benz or Bentley,’ that’s still ‘hood rich. It captures the essence that people would have liked for it to have with me and Banks on the same record.” (MTV)
Check out Lloyd Banks’ “Beamer, Benz or Bentley” music video below: