Zap2it caught up with R&B crooner Lloyd to chat about everything from his upcoming album "King of Hearts," to leaving it all on stage (often times, including his clothes) and even his childhood ambitions. We gotta give it to the guy for honesty, and we can't imagine that seeing a live performance would be anything less than absolutely entertaining.
We're sure Lloyd wouldn't trade his current gig for the world, but growing up, he didn't always want to be a performer. As a kid, he actually wanted to be a pilot -- saying, "They got a whole plane full of girls, you know, stewardesses...I used to think pilots were pimps... that's an incorrect assumption."
While he may not be flying the planes nowadays, he certainly gets to travel his fair share.
Fresh off a European tour, the crooner hit London and Amsterdam earlier this year to drum up excitement for his latest project. He tells us he even dabbled in some of the local fare, calling Amsterdam coffee shops "The eighth wonder of the world."
"I got a little too loaded before my show," he admits of that special herb which makes the city famous. "It was interesting. I don't think I'll be doing that again."
One pre-show ritual he will continue stick by, is "Tequila, Tequila, Tequila." Continue reading...