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  • Audio CD (22 Nov. 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: G-Unit / EMI
  • ASIN: B0046JLTBU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 22,665 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Take 'Em To War (feat. Tony Yayo)
2. Unexplainable (feat. Styles P)
3. Payback (P's and Q's) (feat. 50 Cent)
4. Home Sweet Home (feat. Pusha T)
5. Beamer, Benz, Or Bentley (feat. Juelz Santana)
6. So Forgetful (feat. Ryan Leslie)
7. Father Time
8. Start It Up (feat. Kanye West, Swizz Beatz, Ryan Leslie, & Fabolous)
9. Celebrity (feat. Akon)
10. On The Double
11. Any Girl (feat. Lloyd)
12. I Don't Deserve You (feat. Jeremih)
13. Sooner or Later (Die 1 Day) (feat. Raekwon)

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By laura mai peal on 27 Jun. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Love g-unit love lloyd banks only c.d i had missing from my collection so was happy when it came nicely packed and quickly thanks im going to enjoy this
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By P. J. Wadkin on 22 Oct. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Some great street tunes from the strongest of G-Unit.
If you enjoy his other stuff then your enjoy this!
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6 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Mr Oneway on 22 Nov. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This album is simply awesome from head to toe. Banks has put his heart and soul in this album to make it as good if not better then his first album(H.F.M). He has hooked up with top artists such as Lloyd,50 Cent,Former G-unit rival Kanye West and more. Add to this some slick beats from top producers and this album could be the best album ever to be released from G-unit. The short track list is shocking though and add the huge £23.99 price tag and this really makes the album not worth buying. £23.99 and the cd isnt even a special or collectors addition. Im sure this will come down in price quickly but its a shocking price(Import or not) and will put many people in the uk off day one buys(myself included, i had to hear it threw youtube.

Keep up the good work banks

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0 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Jason M. Broughton on 19 Feb. 2011
Format: Audio CD
Very disappointed with this album, bought on the strength of the first with a smooth flow, but no cannot gel with this at all. I love Lloyd Banks and G Unit but we need to revert to old school flow that we know not commercial stuff that this is.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Banks delivers a cash bag full of hits! 22 Nov. 2010
By Jason A. Cleveland - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a classic. I purchased my copy at FYE b/c it comes with 2 bonus tracks 1. This is the life 2.Stuntin and both are hott. There are also 2 different bonus tracks if you purchase on I-tunes. Banks has always gone almost un-noticed when it comes to his talent. My personal opinion is that his beats are normally kinda simple but on this album he has excellent production and his flow is just plain crazy! This is in my top 5 G-Unit releases. If your a fan of G-Unit you will love this. Even if your a hater of the Unit you will not be able to deny that this cd is straight fire!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Lloyd Banks Is Back With His Third LP and Better Then Ever 21 Dec. 2010
By alex fryling - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Lloyd Banks Hunger For More 2
1. Take Em To War featuring Tony Yayo- This was another interesting thing about this album because on Hunger for more 1 it was aint no click that kicked off the CD featuring Tony Yayo. Not going to lie this was not as good as aint no click because of the beat for one. It seemed more watered down but I have to say all three verses were on point lyrics wise even yayo spit in this song. Also when it came to aint no click I felt more of an energy in the song because yayo had just got home. Still a solid song to kick off the CD definitely recommended. Song Rating 4/5.
2. Unexplainable featuring Styles P- This was the second song in a row that I felt the beat or production could have been better. I will get into this in my rap-up of this CD and while it was very good one thing that it was missing from The Hunger For More was that Dr. Dre and Eminem production. I am pretty sure there was not one song on this CD produced by Eminem or dre. That being said this was a very good song lyrics wise and the chorus was on point. I know Styles P worked with 50 Cent and DMX on the song shot down and he worked well with another G-Unit member here in Lloyd banks. Song Rating 4/5.
3. Paybacks (P's and Q's) featuring 50 Cent- Well I have to say each CD banks has put out 50 Cent has been the main focus on the CD. This time around instead of releasing a single with 50 he decided to use him on more of a street song and it worked out really well. One thing I would have like to have seen done here is use 50 for a verse but it was cool because banks got 3 verses and really had his time to shine. 50's part in the chorus was just ok but banks was on point and kind of outshined 50 on this song. Great third song here 4.5/5.
4. Home Sweet Home featuring Pusha T- This was easily my least favorite song on the CD whether you got the Itunes version or the fye version or the regular Itunes version. There were a lot of problems with this song. First off neither artist stood out in this song because the verses and chorus were not good at all. On top of the the beat just didn't flow with there verses and they didn't adjust to the beat. Song Rating 2/5.
5. Beamer Benz or Bentley featuring Juelz Santana- You want to talk about maybe the hottest song to come out from Lloyd banks in awhile or ever you are looking at it right here. I cannot tell you how hot this song was when it first came out. First off you have a sick beat from the start and then both verses in this song are ridiculous and if it was possible Juelz Santana outshines banks on his verse. Banks said with My ring and my confeeti im kobe Bryant ready. Juelz said Got a girl named cigar because shes Cuban. This song has sold over 600,000 worldwide and it wasent for no reason. Unreal song even to this day and it might be banks ever if not its up there. Song Rating 5/5.
6. So Forgetful featuring Ryan Leslie- You wanna talk about someone that shined on this album besides banks that was Ryan Leslie. He had a great chorus on this song and this was a song that was directed more towards the women which I felt was put right where it should have been in the CD because we had not heard one yet. Banks was solid on this but Leslie outshined him with the flow of his chorus and his voice was amazing in this song. Song Rating 4/5.
7. Father Time- Finally a track where banks is on his own. If there is one thing I will critizie about this CD was I really wish banks would not have had so many features because he can make great songs on his own. Not just solo mixtape songs but regular songs as well. I feel every rapper today except 50 Cent and Eminem feel they have to have features on there CD to gain more attention or sell more. All that aside Father Time is one of my favorite songs on this project and I would go with a perfect for this song. The chorus was very ceatrive and it had more of a hardcore beat to it and banks just spit it this song. Wish there would have been a third verse but that is just me nit picking. Song Rating 5/5.
8. Start it up featuring Kanye West Swizz Beatz, Fabulous and Ryan Leslie- Wow what a break out track this turned out to be for banks. This didn't get as much fame or sell as much as beamer benz or Bentley did but it sure deserved to. The song didn't click with me that much at first but it grew on me. Each verse was sick but the second verse was probably the verse. This could be considered a street single, a club song or a car banger. It just had a fame feeling to it. The beat is ridiculous and I believe Swizz Beatz is up there with Dr. Dre behind him but up there for best producer out there. Song Rating 5/5.
9. Celebrity featuring Akon- This was a decent song but it was down from the last few. This is another good akon and g-unit collaboration with 50 cent and akon doing I still will in 2007. To me akon had the better of banks in this song. Banks verse was average but the beat and chorus went really well together. Overall a little above average song. Song Rating 3.5/5.
10. On The Double- I will say I was really excited to hear this song because it is only the second song on the normal CD that doesn't have a feature on it. This song was average at best I would say it was underwhelming and one that you will hear once and not want to play again. Song Rating 3/5.
11. Any Girl featuring Lloyd- This song was the second single off of Lloyd Banks new album and I am shocked that this song did not get more attention than it did. To me Banks and Lloyd killed this song and this would have been the best commercial song to me out of all the singles he released because of the way that rap music is structured today. It is radio friendly has a great beat and an RNB chorus what else could you ask for. I have to say this beat really did appeal to me and I give this song a thumbs up in my book. Song Rating 4/5.
12. I don't deserve you featuring Jeremih- This was a solid song and should be released like 50 Cent said as the next single. Jeremih really shined in this song and showed that he can go on a song with banks and compete. Banks did a good job as well and expressed the trust issues that he has had with women and that he would have a hard time seeing himself getting married. This was a solid commercial song here. Song Rating 3.5/5.
13. Sooner or Later (Die 1 Day) featuring Rakhowen- This was a really solid song when it comes to verses. When it comes to the chorus I feel there was almost no effort put into it. There was no flow to it. While the verses were compltly different and it reminded me of banks and rakhoween as if they were doing a mixtape together. They were just spitting as if it was a freestyle. Would have given this song a lot better of a rating but the chorus really brought this song down. Song rating 3.5/5.
14. Kill It featuring Governor- This song while it was a bonus song on the itunes version seemed more like a filler song. I just did not feel the energy in this song from Governor and I feel he is one of the more unrecognized artists that has a lot of talent. This was another smoother slower song and just really did not win me over. Song Rating 2.5/5.
15. Where I'm at featuring Eminem- This song was sick and I was so disappointed to see that it was not able to make the album cut. Banks said it was made to late and he could not put it on the album so it had to be an Itunes bonus version. Both Eminem and Banks killed this song the chorus and verses were good. Great production as well. Sick song and one of my favorites from the album if you include the bonus versions from Itunes and FYE. Song Rating 5/5.
16. This is Life- Hot song here I felt. The beat felt a bit odd for banks and his flow but I feel he adjusted well and he made the chorus and verses more then on par. Good song for a bonus CD if you got it from FYE. Song Rating 3.25/5.
17. Stuntin- Swizz Beatz produced this song and I have to say this was sick production. Besides Dr. Dre I feel Swizz Beatz is up there for the best producer in th game when he is on his game. Hot song that you could bump in your car. Banks does a good job flowing with this song and I would give it a thumbs up recommendation 3.75/5.

Overall Banks does a great job his third time around. Its sad that it took this long for him to put out his third LP but I guess if it is this high of quality then i can have not complaints. Overall Ill go with a 4.5/5 stars for this project and say it is a huge recommendation to pick it up.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HFM2 25 Nov. 2010
By KP - Published on Amazon.com
This is one REAL HIP Hop Album for the books. Banks really stayed close to the bloggers on this one. The Songs were vivid and addicting. Favorites are Unexplainable Styles P, Start it up Fab Ye S.Beats RLes, So Forgetful Rles, I dont deserve you Jeremiah, BBB Juelz, and P and Qs 50 . If your thinking about a getting a great Hip HOP Album besides Kanye's MBDTF then get HFM2 you regret it in my opinion it's a Classic Album "off the stoop".
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
GREAT 23 Nov. 2010
By DaFreshPrinceofNY - Published on Amazon.com
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This is Real Hip-Hop, Lloyd Banks has always been my favorite artist in G-Unit and this album is straight fire
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
One of the best albums of 2010 22 Nov. 2010
By J. Giannone - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Lloyd banks is one of the best rappers on the planet... his flow is so perfect that all of his songs always come together so good. In my opinion, he is the one who carries g-unit. I loved the first hunger for more album, and i love this one. Definitely a must buy for all g-unit fans!
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