G-Unit's own Lloyd Banks might soon be expanding his horizons by getting into different types of music, say R&B. Taking a cue from his leader 50 Cent by incorporating other music genres into the follow up to his "Rotten Apple" follow-up, Lloyd says he has those R&B type writing skills already. "The music overseas, the party atmospheres — it's incredible," Banks explained in an interview. "Don't get me wrong, I love the club scenes in New York City and the States, [but] when you go overseas, you might hear [the Black Eyed Peas singing] 'Toniiight's gonna be a good night.' You're hearing that in the club 10 times. So if you didn't know that joint, I come back over here like, 'You don't know that record? You're buggin' — that's poppin!' That record, Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Lady Gaga — you're hearing so many different records, it makes you want to expand as an artist and get records that's enjoyed by all people. They're definitely gonna hear those kind of records from me too…A lot of people don't know I write more than rap music. I can write R&B records. I can write hit records — just put it like that. Hopefully I'll be writing for a few more people in the future."
Lloyd Banks Talks Doing R&B Type Music
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