Lloyd Banks is stepping forward to take the pressure off his boss 50 Cent and fellow G-Unit member, Tony Yayo as he offered to lead his crew to the next level. Calling himself the future of G-Unit, Banks said his grew is here to stay. "Well the status is, I am the present, the past and the future," Banks explained in an interview. "So they can definitely look forward to that. Tony Yayo, of course. The founding members are always gonna be there."
"We built this up, gave opportunities to other artists that were signed including [Young] Buck and Game and so on. But as long as that structure is there, we're good. We're solid. You can look forward to me, I'm the future. This summer [for my album]. It's a tight schedule…hopefully we can push for late summer."