Lloyd Banks dropped in on Hot 97.7 this week to talk to radio personality FunkMaster
"[Interscope] still got time," he told FunkMaster Flex. "They gotta drop the bag. I'm not staying nowhere longer than I got to…When I signed my first deal, I had a sweet deal. A million dollar advances and things like that." Though his release from Interscope was unexpected, he said the best part of being independent is owning all aspects of his music. "You're not taking none of my [publishing], none of my merchandise, none of my touring. You can't get that. And I'm not making no commitment for a bunch of albums."
He told the station that his upcoming
G-Unit member 50 Cent is also considering leaving Interscope after his contract ends. He recently told Florida radio
When asked whether he feels hostility towards Def Jam because of its history as a competitor, he answered, "They're not my arch enemy. They're the system. To me, it's like
50 did not go into depth about the potential deal, but made clear that a move to Def