“Fuck your head nod and your pounds, show love to no one…”
When drops his G.O.O.D. Friday track on Saturday, you know Lloyd Banks isn’t too far behind with his Blue Friday series. Most people are thankful and appreciative of others when the reach the pinnacle of success. Lloyd Banks represents other sentiments, namely defiance and smug triumph at those who doubted and ridiculed his chances. This is summed up quite well in a portion of the song’s chorus.
“When I get to the top/All the way to the top/I’m a shit on you/Then come back down/So I can spit on you/ It’s pitiful/ The shit they do…”
With that said, Banks doesn’t seem too engaged on this one. Doe Pesci’s dull beat probably has a lot to do with it. From what we’ve heard so far, Banks seems to enjoy and bring the most energy on those boom-bap, sample-based styled joints like “Reach Out,” “King/Do My Thing,” and “Finish Line.” HFM2 in stores on November 23.