David Banner exposes the history of “civil disturbances” in his latest video for “Who’s That,” a track from his album, Sex, Drugs & Video Games. Like much of Banner’s music, “Who’s That” is aggressive and socially-charged.
It also contains a sample of Goodie Mob’s “Cell Therapy.” Peep through the window and watch David’s latest visual; I promise you won’t get shot. Read More
David Banner continues his ‘control your own music’ plight by releasing a free LP, Sex, Drugs & Video Games. He plans on achieving this with the help of Lil’ Wayne, Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, 2 Chainz, Big K.R.I.T. and A$AP Rocky. Stream/download ‘SDVG’ below and donate at least $1 to David’s 2M1 Movement. Read More
David Banner teams up with Chris Brown, again, for “Amazing,” the latest single from his free album, Sex, Drugs & Video Games (May 22). David said they would “change the game” with this song; obviously he was just trying to hype the single because it’s decent at best. Read More
Mississippi natives David Banner and Big K.R.I.T. join forces for “Believe,” an ode to their home state. The country cousins cruise down the road and hold up branches while reciting their respective verses.
It’s lifted from Banner’s forthcoming free album, Sex, Drugs & Video Games (May 22), and boasts a distorted sample of Jodeci’s “Love U 4 Life.” Watch below! Read More
David Banner will release Sex, Drugs & Video Games on March 20. Preceding its release are constant remixes of, “Yao Ming.” Lil’ Wayne and 2 Chainz appeared on the original, then A$AP Rocky added a verse on the remix, now, Chris Brown adds a manic intro to the tall song. Read More
On Sunday, BET aired UNCF: An Evening Of Stars, a special by the United Negro College Fund that celebrates the power of education and raises money to continue to empower the world through education. This year’s spectacle was filled with electrifying performances from Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Ledisi, Miguel, Anthony Hamilton, Estelle, Musiq Soulchild, Marsha Ambrosius and Patti LaBelle.
Michael L. Lomax, Ph.D., UNCF President and CEO says,
“The new format combines the hottest talent with inspirational stories of young students who are beating the odds because they can receive a good education.”
The show also included star-studded appearances from Tatyana Ali, Pooch Hall, Jill Marie Jones, Coby Bell, David Banner, Lance Gross, Terrence J, KeKe Palmer and more.
Check out highlights from the amazing show below…
David Banner puts his younger peers on blast with the Jonathan Andrade-directed visual for “Swag,” a track from his upcoming album The Make Believe Album.
Lil’ B, Odd Future and the White Girl Mob weren’t harmed in the production of this video.
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There was a time no one wanted Chris Brown near their recording sessions, but lately he has been featured on more songs than Young Money’s leading lady. His latest guest appearance is on frequent collaborator David Banner‘s next single.
Chris appeared on David’s 2009 hit single “Get Like Me,” also featuring Yung Joc; and Banner produced “Ladies Love Me,” a Justin Bieber-assisted fan-favorite from Breezy’s hip-hop mixtape Boy In Detention.
The Mississippi rappers upcoming single is titled “Amazing,” and is expected to be nothing less than amazing. Banner tells Neon Limelight:
“No lie, we really may have to push the Chris Brown single back,” Read More