Lloyd Banks Recruits Schoolboy Q For V6 Mixtape. What Other Collaborations Would You Like To Hear On The Project?

 

We know of at least one feature on Lloyd Banks' highly anticipated V6 mixtape thanks to Twitter. Banks sent out a tweet Saturday night asking fans who they wanted to hear on the project. Schoolboy Q of Black Hippy was paying close attention and answered Banks by saying he would like to appear on the tape.

 

Banks said it was a go.

 

 

 

What other artists would you like to see Banks collaborate with on V6?

 

 

 

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Comment by Inca Peruvian Chico on April 16, 2012 at 6:22am
young jeezy and nas........nas and banks on some type of song like "be that way sometimes" would be classic
Comment by Amine Jr on April 16, 2012 at 6:20am
an artist like 2 chainz would only be good for an album single not a mixtape because that work would be put to waste. Banks could really make a mark in the game this year with his mixtape but I feel he needs to stop working with these same old cats and give the music bizness something brand new...People forget he put asap rocky on lately
Comment by clarence on April 16, 2012 at 6:08am
damn put drake for a big visibility!!!!!!!! beat fiiiireee http://soundcloud.com/wantedz/prod-by-wanted
Comment by alex on April 16, 2012 at 6:00am
Nas, styles p, j cole and Kendrick Lamar
Comment by Amine Jr on April 16, 2012 at 5:49am
Banks is well known for working with Juelz and some other up and coming artist but I feel in 2012 he could shock the rap game with his choice of artist on V^... He should work with the unthinkable obviously not rick ross...
(These artist would make his mixtape so hot) Juicy J Meek Millz wiz khalifa
Franck Ocean
Trae the truth
2short
Kendrick Lamar
Yela wolf
Waka flocka
Mellow Hype (from odd future)
Ghost face killa
Comment by Amine Jr on April 16, 2012 at 5:36am
Juicy J Meek Millz
wiz khalifa
Franck Ocean
Trae the truth
2short
Kendrick Lamar
Yela wolf
Waka flocka
Mellow Hype (from odd future)
Ghost face killa
(thats all I can think of that would really keep you warmed up in the mixtape game right now...There is no point doing songs with the same old artist you have worked with)
Comment by Dorian "The Cyclone" Noel on April 16, 2012 at 5:12am
Banks + Joe Budden = Because "Remember The Titans" Was An Epic RecordBanks + Lupe = Because Nobody Would See The Collab ComingBanks + Frank Ocean = A Record So Left Feild That It Would Be Nothin But HeatBanks + Maino + Uncle Murda + 50 = On Some Straight NY ShitBanks + Krayzie Bone = Just look At Who Would Be Oh The Record Nuff Said
And Finally
Banks + Danny Brown or Yelawolf and Macklemore
Comment by aurther spooner on April 16, 2012 at 4:16am
nicki m
Comment by RQuaresma on April 16, 2012 at 3:48am
50,jeremih,yo gotti, gucci mane, maino, young jezzy, jim jones, juelz sanatan, waka flocka, mgk,
Comment by Jnr(Pound stronger den d dollar) on April 16, 2012 at 3:32am
kendrick lamar and banks would be hard



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