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01 "Rotten Apple" (featuring 50 Cent & Prodigy of Mobb Deep) (Produced by Havoc of Mobb Deep)
02 "Make A Move" (Produced by Midi Mafia)
03 "Survival" (Produced by Young RJ)
04 "Iceman" (featuring Young Buck, Scarface, 8Ball & MJG) (Produced by Dave Morris)
05 "You Know The Deal" (featuring Rakim)
06 "Help" (featuring Keri Washington) (Produced by Ron Browz)
07 "Addicted" (featuring Musiq Soulchild)
08 "Hands Up" (featuring 50 Cent) (Produced by Eminem)
09 "Stranger" (Produced by Nick Speed)
10 "NY, NY" (featuring Tony Yayo) (Produced by Eminem)
11 "Get Clapped" (featuring Mobb Deep) (Produced by Needlz)
12 "One Night Stand" (featuring Keon Bryce) (Produced by 9th Wonder)
13 "Playboy (Part 2)" (Produced by Ron Browz)
14 "Gilmores" (Produced by Young Lord)
15 "Cake" (featuring 50 Cent) (Produced by Fatin)
16 "My House" (featuring 50 Cent) (Produced by Timbaland)
17 "Life" (featuring Spider Loc)
Rotten Apple is a 2006 album by G-Unit rapper Lloyd Banks. It will be Banks' sophomore album.
While originally intended for a release during the summer, it has been delayed several times
for a number of reasons (primarily due to lack of airplay and promotion) and is now scheduled
to be released October 10. The title of the album is a play on the New York City nickname
"The Big Apple." Banks also wants to show the darker side of New York City, and allow listeners
to hear what it was like growing up in South Jamaica, Queens.
Early reviews of the album have been average, with the album only garnering a L from Hip Hop
magazine XXL, which has been fairly friendly to Interscope artists in the past, giving labelmate
Tony Yayo's debut album an XL despite poor reviews elsewhere. Declaring that "overall, it isn?t
the new Massacre that?ll shake New York hip-hop down to its core."
The album is to feature guest appearances from 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, Young Buck, Scarface, Mobb Deep,
Spider Loc, 8 Ball, Rakim and Musiq Soulchild. Production will come from Eminem, Havoc, 9th Wonder,
and Ron Browz.
Singles to be played on mainstream radio include "Hands Up" and "Help."