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Records (formerly The Inc.) and Def Jam Recordings.
In 2004, Lloyd released his solo debut single "Southside", the title-track of his debut album, Southside.
Lloyd entered the music industry as a member of the preteen-boy band N-Toon.
Grind quickly became his manager and introduced him to Russell Spencer, known by his stage name of “Block”.
Block was the founder and CEO of Block Entertainment.
"I like to go from the streets to the sheets." The singer also explained that the timing of the tattoo is connected to the memory of his grandfather.
The record company was home to superstar talents Ja-Rule & Ashanti, who both dominated the airwaves with catchy rap/R&B hybrids.