Benjamin's half of the album, The Love Below, garnered the most attention from mainstream audiences, with the popular singles "Hey Ya! The album's fourth single and video (Benjamin's third), "Prototype", was released shortly after.Big Boi's Speakerboxxx spawned the number-one hit "The Way You Move" and the relatively successful "Ghetto Musick".The film centered on life in a 1930s setting and the album took influences from music of that era, particularly blues.Benjamin had a few rapped verses on the album, including on the first single "Mighty O", but mostly stuck with singing as he had on The Love Below.The remix was later re-released on December 13, 2011, also featuring verses by rappers Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa and T. On June 7, Big Boi leaked a collaboration with Benjamin and Sleepy Brown entitled "Lookin' 4 Ya" – which was originally intended for Big Boi's debut solo album Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty, however, it was blocked by Jive Records from being on the album.On June 24, 2011, Beyoncé's fourth studio album entitled 4 was released.
Prior to the release, Benjamin commented: "It's going to be a surprise for a lot of John Legend fans because it is a lot more upbeat than John is—than people think John is. This is a cool John Legend song." Benjamin has stated that he plans on recording a solo rap album and that the response to his remixes is part of the motivation for it. On January 18, 2011, Kesha released "The Sleazy Remix", which featured Benjamin.Benjamin's lyrics, in particular, took on a more surreal, space-age tinge.Within the time of his second and third albums, Benjamin took up guitar, painting, and a relationship with singer Erykah Badu.Benjamin continued his string of guest appearances throughout the year – featuring on Lloyd's song "Dedication to My Ex (Miss That)", Lil Wayne's "Interlude" and Drake's "The Real Her".He also featured on the track "Play the Guitar" by B.o. Benjamin was featured alongside Jay-Z on Young Jeezy's track "I Do", released on January 10, 2012.
Appearing on various remixes, including: "Walk It Out", "Throw Some D's", "You" and Jay-Z's "30 Something." His contributions to original songs included UGK's "International Players Anthem", Devin the Dude's "What a Job", Fonzworth Bentley's "Everybody", and with Big Boi and Raekwon on "Royal Flush".