Ladies and gentlemen, let’s Drop a Diamond for Lloyd Banks. After all, what’s a precious stone or two in comparison to all the priceless tunes he’s brought us over the years? Even if you don’t feel like emptying your jewelry box, you shouldn’t pass up the NYC mainstay’s latest gem, a freshly-released single off his next street album. Over a piano-loop beat that glitters like finely-cut ice (Ryan Alexey mans the boards.), the G-Unit rhymesayer marvels that he’s not only survived, but thrived in a game that’s cost many of his peers their lives. Wu-Tang legend Raekwon grabs the mic to show off his handgun collection and bust a few shots at the snitches on verse two. All or Nothing Vol 1: Failures No Option currently lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you posted on the project as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 10/14/13
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