I had never really stopped to think about that brief era (2001-2007) before, but it truly was a wave.Surely social media would have documented the downfall one Twitter rant at a time, right?The Atlanta-born singer then spent the rest of the year and the early part of 2010 looking for a new home.Thanks to the success of the 2009 track "Bed Rock" -- a song by Lil Wayne's Young Money collective that featured a catchy hook by Lloyd and reached No.In addition to executive-producing the album, Polow has had a hand in producing or co-producing every song on it, going so far as to hold string and horn sessions with different musicians and to call in background singers to help round out the sound and bring Lloyd's voice to life like never before."I promised him my full dedication," says Polow, who has crafted chart-topping hits for everyone from Fergie and Ciara to Usher and 50 Cent., better known by his mononym Lloyd, is an American R&B singer-songwriter, dancer and actor.
He’s still touring, and still making music (looks like he has a new record in the works) but for every music related post there’s about five more of him playing with his family. While we’re on the subject, what the hell happened to Lloyd? They may not have been the most thoughtful or complex songs but god damn if they didn't get the job done. 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.After releasing his first three albums through music mogul/former reality star Irv Gotti's record label the Inc.(formerly known as Murda Inc.), R&B singer Lloyd (aka Lloyd Polite Jr.) asked to be released from the label due to creative differences in July 2009.