Lloyd Banks’ hot streak continues with new mixtape 'Halloween Havoc IV'

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Lloyd Banks is back with another installment of his Halloween Havoc series, which he started in 2008. The former G-Unit rapper dropped Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour on October 31, just in time for the spooky season.

The mixtape features 15 new tracks, including collaborations with Vado and Sy Ari Da Kid. Banks showcases his lyrical skills and versatility over various beats, ranging from hard-hitting to soulful.

The mixtape follows his latest album, The Course Of The Inevitable 3: Pieces Of My Pain, released in April this year. The album received critical acclaim and featured guest appearances from Benny The Butcher, Styles P, Freddie Gibbs, and more. Banks has been on a roll this year, delivering quality music to his loyal fan base.

Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour is available for streaming on Apple Music and other platforms. Banks shared the trailer for the project on his Instagram account, where he also thanked his supporters for their love and feedback.

Lloyd Banks has established himself as one of the most respected and skilled MCs in the rap game, with a career that spans over two decades. He first gained prominence as a member of G-Unit alongside 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. 

Throughout his career, Banks has released four solo albums and numerous mixtapes featuring his signature witty wordplay, clever punchlines, and vivid storytelling abilities. 

Some of the standout tracks from Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour are "The Last Supper," "The Realest," "Cold Summer," and "No Love." Banks delivers bar after bar on these songs, proving that he still has what it takes to be one of the best rappers in the industry. He also addresses some of the challenges and struggles he faced in his career and personal life.

Halloween Havoc IV: The 72nd Hour is a treat for hip-hop fans who appreciate lyrical rap and authentic storytelling. Banks has once again proven that he is a force to be reckoned with in the rap game.

Banks has also hinted at a possible collaboration with Eminem in the future, saying that he would love to work with the Detroit legend. He also revealed that he released songs with Nas and Jay-Z in his vault. Fans eagerly await more music from the PLK (Punch Line King).

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