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Lloyd Banks applauds those who doubted his production choices

Lloyd Banks applauds those who doubted his production choices

Lloyd Banks shakes his head at anyone who doubts his production choices before hearing “The Course Of The Inevitable.”

This year’s album talk is soon upon us, and although plenty of prominent projects have landed in recent months, many have retained Lloyd Banks’ The inevitable course heavy on rotation – including a few prominent rap names like Travis Scott, J. Cole, Busta Rhymes, Raekwon and many more.

In fact, Bank’s first studio album since 2010 served as a welcome breath of fresh air that still actively fuels the sound of the golden era, largely thanks to the project’s lineup of producers. For the occasion, Banks chose to stick pretty much to the underground and pick up beatmakers like ENCORNELIOUS, Cartune Beatz, Rxnway, Nothing But M’s, The Olympicks, Dual Output, Chase N. Cashe, Fruition Beats, Mr. Authentic, Tha Jerm and more.

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While Banks handled the rods impeccably as expected, many were quick to praise the project’s production across the board. So much so that Banks took to Twitter to shake his head at those who dared to doubt his musical instincts. “To think..some of you actually questioned my production choice at COTI before the 1st listen..smh,” Banks writes, skewingly reminding the masses of how coherent The inevitable course really is.

He is certainly not the first lyrical animal to be criticized for production choices. Although at the moment it feels hard to believe given his creative chemistry with Hit-Boy, there was a time when Nas faced a similar assessment in some circles. In any case, Banks clearly believed in his vision and judged if it could not pay off. Do you think The inevitable course is a candidate for album of the year in 2021?

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