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Lloyd Banks Made Movie Video for 'Love and Hate'

July 10, 2010 (3:11 am) GMT
In the music video, there's a sad story of hiring women to pack stashes and to be killed when the business is threatened.

, out of the blue, released a new music video for the single "Love and Hate". According to 's official site, the song is taken from a mixtape called "Return of the PLK", which if traced back, was released in September 2008.

Banks released the video as a mean of a movie directed by James "Latin" Clark. It features several characters involved in the drug world. A pimp contacts his primary link to pack up the place they do stash in because he thinks the place has been "compromised". But true to the dark world, the link is directed to a man who will eventually kill her. The video ends with "to be continued".

Lloyd Banks is in the middle of brewing his third studio album called "". To be released in the U.S. this September, the album has spawned two singles and a remix. Other than who is featured in the first single, little is known about the album.

Lloyd Banks' "Love and Hate" music video

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