Before the release of Lloyd Banks higly anticapated album H.F.M.2, Banks fed his fans by dropping an exclusive track every friday up untill the release date of H.F.M.2, which totaled 11 classic tracks.

Well heres all those tracks in one for anybody that has either missed one or if you just want them all in one album. There all set up for iTunes, You just have to import the folder and sync. And all these tracks were free from the PLK so show your support and give back a little by buying Banks' album "HFM2" available in stores and on iTunes NOW !

 

 

Download Here

 

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Comment by WaVy AKA Mr HATE ME NOW on January 21, 2011 at 8:56am
Good lookin' out homie, already had the tracks on a cd but now ima put em on my laptop.
Stay up Mayne!!.
Comment by Dunne08 on January 5, 2011 at 9:48pm
i forgot to add the DL Link, it up now..
Comment by Wils.V6 on January 4, 2011 at 12:47pm
co sign link?



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