Lloyd doesn't release music all too often, so when he does, we tend to pay attention. The r'n'b singer has been around for awhile, yet he's always remained relatively elusive and low-key as far as imprint in the rap (or r'n'b, rather) game. He dropped his album Tru in 2018, as you may recall, the album cover artwork infamously featured Lloyd with literally nothing but his guitar on. And since the album was released, he's only popped up on our radar a handful of times.
Luckily, EMPIRE distribution managed to coax Lloyd out of hiding, and for a good cause at that. EMPIRE has teamed up with their artists to create compilation album titled Voices for Change. Voices for Change is out on streaming services today, and proceeds will be going towards the ACLU.
Lloyd prefaced his own contribution to the project with the following words: "Our differences make us beautiful, not unequal. I use my voice to spread love, to inspire enlightening conversations, and, as a father, to make this world a more compassionate place for my son and daughter."
Let us know if you've been missing Lloyd.
A lot of this shit ain't real
They just made up
The government don't like me
They just fear us
Taking our history
Flip it and then fake us
Living the American dream
But all I hear is Murder