On the offering "Girl From The South," produced by GreyStone Park, the veteran singer-songwriter delivers silky melodies, coupled with lusting lyrics about the qualities of southern women.
This one saunters along with a southern flair perfect for Lloyd's suave vocals and K.R.I.T's flow.
It turns out he hasn't left the R&B game, because Lloyd is back with a new single called "All I Need" from producer Slade Da Monster's new album, Hotter Than July 19
Lloyd may be quiet on the home-front, but we can't say the same for across the pond. His latest offering is a collaboration with DJ E-Rise on the electro-dance tune "#MakeLove."
Singer/songwriter Lloyd says "it's better to be underrated than overrated" when it comes to music right now. Talking about his latest project, "Twerk Off," Lloyd stopped by Power 106 LA and said tempo, like on this track featuring Juicy J, is starting to be everything for him.
Who needs a jump off when you can get a "Twerk Off," a woman that has moves to die for. We're guessing Lloyd loves a lady who knows how to work her body, not only in the stripclub, but in the bedroom as well.
âSouthsideâ singer, Lloyd debuted his first music video since releasing his latest mixtape The Playboy Diaries, Volume 1. Lloyd produced and starred in the visuals for âThe Questionâ, a remix of Mac Millerâs underground success.
Lloyd relishes in the playboy life on his mixtape âThe Playboy Diaries,â every installment of the 13-track compilation describes a situation in the day in the life of a certified playa.
Using the Timbaland/Missy Elliott-produced beat on Aaliyahâs â4 Page Letter,â Lloyd suggests having a night of passion to his woman of interest.
Lloyd is back on the move and this time he taps Maybach Music rapper Wale to tag a long for the ride. Following a bunch of remakes, including one with teammate August Alsina, Lloyd issues the brand new single "All of Me".