Current Vice President of A&R at Island Def Jam, Sha Money XL recently spoke about the sales numbers that Lloyd Banks is getting with his new "Hunger For More 2" album. The former head of G-Unit also spoke about how he tried to get Banks to move over to Def Jam and how that label could have helped with the current project.
"I tried to bring [Lloyd] Banks, but they chose EMI," Sha told radio host EI8HT. "The album was amazing but I know I could have did more at Def Jam because Banks is a star. He just needs the right people behind his music. He got 50 [Cent] behind him but I think the machine of Capitol/EMI, they just didn't know what they had. So, they just did my homie wrong. But I tried to bring Banks in." (Street Disciplez Radio)
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