Lloyd Banks net worth: Lloyd Banks is an American hip hop artist who has a net worth of $10 million. He was born Christopher Charles Lloyd in New Carrollton, Maryland in April 1982. Lloyd was raised in Queens, NY by his mother. Lloyd dropped out of high school at 16. He took his great, great-grandfather's name Banks and made it his stage name. In 1999 Banks became a member of G-Unit with 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. Banks became known for his mixtapes. 50 Cent featured Banks on the song "Don't Push Me", as well as on the remix of "P.I.M.P.". G-Unit released a group album that was certified double platinum in 2003. In 2006 felony gun charges against Banks were dropped after officers had pulled him and Young Buck over in a van. Banks has also been charged with counts of aggravated assault, robbery, and forcible confinement. He has been involved in a feud with fellow rapper The Game. Banks' first solo album, The Hunger for More, was released in 2004. The album produced a top ten hit, "On Fire". He released the album Rotten Apple in 2006 on Interscope Records, and The Hunger for More 2 in 2010 on EMI. Banks was nominated for a Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance in 2005 ("On Fire"). He has also appeared in two films.
Lloyd Banks Net Worth
Date of Birth
United States of America
6 ft (1.854 m)
Puerto Ricans in the United States
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