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|Net worth||$15 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1982 April 30|
|First Name||Christopher Charles|
|Age:||38 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
Christopher Charles Llyod is an American rapper who holds the net worth of $12 million. He is a member of hip-hop group G-Unit and known by his stage name, Llyod Banks. Llyod Banks won the Mixtape artist of the year at the Mixtape Awards and BET Awards for Best Collaboration for the video "Touch It".
How Much Is Llyod Banks Net Worth?
Llyod Banks has a net worth of $12 million as per 2017. He got the huge popularity in the musical world due to his rapping style and also achieve lots of wealth from his rapping talent. Llyod Banks appearance in numerous stage shows which also help him to increase his net worth. Llyod Banks YouTube channel also contribute in increasing his net worth.
In 2003, Llyod Banks earnings are $5.7 million from the album, "Beg For Mercy" which was an RIAA-certified double platinum. In 2004, his earnings from the album, "Hunger For More" are $1.5 million which earned a platinum record in Canada and the US. Llyod Banks earnings are $490,000 from his 2006 album, "Rotten Apple" which sold 351,000 copies. His earnings from the album, "Return of the PLK" are $3million, "V6: The Gift" are $4 million and $3.5 million from the album, "Halloween Havoc".
Career Beginning of Llyod Banks
Tony Yayo started his career by making mixtapes which made him popular in his locality. Then, his childhood friends 50 Cent and Tony Yayo decided to form a rap group G-Unit and the group released several mixtapes series.
In 2002, their first official mixtape, "50 Cent Is the Future" was out which was followed by the mixtapes "God’s Plan", "No Mercy", and "Automatic Gunfire". G-Unit planned to record an album but before they could record it Tony Yayo was sentenced to prison for gun possession. During Tony Yayo was in prison the group signed the rapper Young Buck.
In November 2003, the group’s debut album, "Beg for Mercy" was released and which featured the tracks "Wanna Get to Know You", and "My Buddy".
Llyod Banks started a solo career and released his solo album, "The Hunger for More" in 2004. The first single summer smash hit was "On Fire" and he was also nominated for a Grammy award for Best Rap Solo Performance.
On October 10, 2006, Llyod Banks second album, "Rotten Apple" was released and is a play on New York City's nickname "The Big Apple". He has released three singles from Rotten Apple "Hands Up", "The Cake" and "Survival" and debuted at No.3 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
In 2008, G-Unit released their second album, "T.O.S: Terminate on Sight", after a gap of five years after the release of their first album and it featured the tracks "Casualties of War", "Close to me", and "You So Tough".On his 27th birthday, Llyod Banks released a mixtape. Later, he dissed Rick Ross in the track "Officer Down". Llyod Banks also released a mixtape called ‘V5’ in the same year.
Llyod Banks appeared as himself in the 2010 comedy film, "Morning Glory" which had Rachel McAdams and Harrison Ford in the leading roles. The other members of G-Unit like 50 Cent and Yayo were also seen in the film.
Llyod Banks released his third album, the sequel to his highly popular debut album titled "The Hunger for More" which was titled "The Hunger for More 2" in the year 2010.
Llyod Banks Early Life and Education
Llyod Banks was born on April 30, 1982, in New Carrollton, Maryland, the United States as Christopher Charles Llyod. His father was mostly in prison while young Llyod grew up and leaving his mother to raise him and his two siblings. He grew up in the same neighborhood as 50 Cent and Tony Yayo and they became close friends.
Concerning about his education, Llyod Banks was enrolled at August Martin High School but dropped out at the age of 16.
Is Llyod Banks Still Single?
Talking about his personal life, Llyod Banks is a single man. There is no information regarding about his affairs and relationship.
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