Now that it's well-known that G-Unit members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo are no longer signed to Interscope Records, what do they plan to do next? "I'm not a solo artist on Interscope," Banks said in an recent interview. "I'm
pretty sure in the next couple of months it will probably be inked out.
There are a lot of things on the table right now and this is 50's last
album requirement for Interscope Records. We'll be in negotiations at
some point with him and as a whole in the very near future."
So what kind of deal will Lloyd Banks sign? He says "As far as contracts go, I'm not going to be signing no 360, five album deal. I got offers right now for one album and things of that nature. Overall experience and how much time you have to dabble with will determine what you get into…I probably got 80 to 90 records in preparation so when I finish my next mixtape I'm going to only focus on my new album and put the finishing touches on that."