Looks like it is not that difficult for Lloyd to once more generate hype in R&B music circuit as he did before through his first LP.Good sign of it has already been seen from his smooth appearance in performing single "You" with Lil Wayne on "106 & Park" on February 7, 2007, marking an early indication of another success he is about to face when his next album finally sees the light on March 13.Lloyd subsequently signed a recording contract with Murder Inc.Records (formerly The Inc.) and Def Jam Recordings.Noticing his potentiality, she eagerly made him in 1996 a member of preteen music act N-Toon that later managed to earn a recording contract under Dream Works Records.Despite their effort to have two singles released followed by debut album "Toon Time" in 2000, N-Toon sadly failed to maintain their existence long enough to create a bigger buzz, much to Lloyd's dismay.Well, despite having a blue check and 426k followers, his Twitter has been taken over by what seems to be a 40-year-old soccer mom. Not only did he stop, but his Twitter was then taken over by viruses and he’s done absolutely nothing about it. His last real tweet came in September of 2015, but the very next day it was nothing but viruses and broken Instagram links. Surely there's a crazy story here, I mean people just don’t disappear. Luckily, after only a few minutes of digging, I located his Instagram account.
Those catchy, glittery beats, some smooth crooning and, if we were lucky, a guest verse or two; it was an easy recipe for radio success.hey lloyd im lyke 1 of yhur biggest fans i luv yhu so much nd i jus want t3 saii hi lolx i hope i ghet t2 meet yhu 1 daii but n e waiisz im jus saii'n hi nd have a nice daii nd keep up dha gud work wif yha music nd videos i luv yhu byeee hey lloyd dis is yogirl sabrinia aka kitkat i wanna let u kno that i love u and your songs u kno they frsh and fly just lik mi so i wanna let u kno that here in md/dc we hav yo bac u fam u keep soin wat u do live ur life to da fullest be fresh and fly ride or die but i chosse ride lovve u always shawty peice Recent images of Lloyd Polite. Last week the DJBooth writing squad was talking about how R&B is a dying genre and what started as an intelligent conversation about trends and production styles turned into a walk down Memory Lane. Lloyd crooned his way into my heart, but just like that he was gone. How did we get from “You” and a 3 Stacks feature to him struggle rapping over the “Move That Dope” beat?Lloyd began his career in music as a member of the preteen-boy band N-Toon.The group disbanded in 2001 and Lloyd embarked on a solo career in 2003.