Lloyd Banks Mixtape Series Revived For 'Halloween Havoc'

Lloyd Banks Mixtape Series Revived For ‘Halloween Havoc’

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Lloyd Banks mixtape series has been  prepared for a spine-tingling return this season. He also teased the resurgence of his cherished “Halloween Havoc” mixtape.

In a chilling trailer unveiled on Monday (October 16). The Punch Line King (PLK) unveiled the impending fourth installment of this fan-favorite series, declaring…

“Havoc is back”.

Furthermore. Fans have been impatiently awaiting the return of this series.

Although. It has been dormant since 2016. The resurrection news was greeted with fervor, with one enthusiast expressing…

“Halloween havoc [Fire emojis]. Can we get a cold corner for the winter too?”

Another fan chimed in…

“Every October it’s monster bars!”

While an exact release date remains undisclosed. One can reasonably expect the tape to drop on Halloween. Or maybe the nearest Friday before it, which falls on October 27.

Also. The “Halloween Havoc” series made its debut in 2008, followed by additional mixtapes in 2015 and 2016.

In September, Lloyd Banks made a comeback with DJ Whoo Kid and Peersonile on their single “Life Goes On.”

Additionally. 50 Cent, Banks’ former G-Unit boss, poked fun at him and Young Buck during his Final Lap Tour last month.

The rapper and mogul humorously quipped…

“They think this is something? Wait ‘til they see Lloyd Banks’ tour”.

But this happened backstage at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel.

50 Cent’s playful banter continued as he aimed it at Young Buck, stating…

“Wait ‘til they see Straight Outta Cashville”.

He said this referring to the debut album of the Tennessee native.

Over the years. 50 Cent has been outspoken about his concerns with his former G-Unit signees.

In his 2020 book “Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter”. He did mention that he could have done a better job teaching Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo “how to evolve and change their habits”. This is because he felt they had “unfulfilled potential”.

More to this. He cited Banks as someone who was content staying within his comfort zone and not pursuing opportunities actively.

This led to 50 Cent’s assessment that Banks seemed more interested in waiting for things to come to him rather than proactively seeking them, even going so far as to mention Banks’ “Lazy Lloyd” tattoo.

In conclusion. Lloyd Banks’ revival of “Halloween Havoc” is set to bring fresh bars and excitement to fans who’ve been eagerly anticipating the return of this iconic mixtape series. The haunting vibes are coming back with a vengeance.