“Ladies, y’all be complaining about ni**as being stalkers, in love with y’all, kind of crazy shit, and get tired of it,” he said.
David Banner is what, over on Twitter, we call a hotep dude.
But the love for his microphone and music Banner creatively detailed on that conceptual gem hasn’t always been reciprocated by the Rap game to the first spitter to put Mississippi on the map.
In the years since he scored solo hits with the time-tested party starter “Like A Pimp” and the salacious whisper-rapped “Play” the rapper/producer has seen fans flock to new Southern stars and his industry homes shift from major (Universal Records) to independent (E1 Entertainment) to none.
Three years later, the oft-delayed project finally arrives. T., Cee Lo Green, Tito Lo, Kap G and Dungeon Family’s Big Rube. Two years ago, the outspoken MC declared the album would be one of the best in Hip Hop history.
The new album features 15 tracks with guest appearances by Black Thought, Big K. “ is going to be one of the best Hip Hop albums of all time,” he said in an interview with Vlad TV.
With several of his friends, Banner sent some demo tapes to Jackson, Mississippi radio station, WJMI.
Then the Wednesday after that we keep it moving; we move to the next song.
Lavell William Crump (born April 11, 1974), better known by his alias David Banner, is an American rapper, record producer, occasional actor and activist.
One of their most recent dates took place over the weekend in Biloxi, where they hung out after a Migos show. I’m gonna chase yo’ ass around.” To date, Brown has had a friendly relationship with Quavo and Migos. “That fucked me up.” Karrueche is currently continuing her career as an actress.
However, neither person is calling it an exclusive relationship just yet. “I just want to shout out y’all,” Breezy said in a recent article. She’s working on “Claws” with Niecy Nash and Never Heard with David Banner.
In February, Karrueche obtained a restraining order against Brown, claiming that he abused her in the past and threatened her loved ones.
This followed a Breezy video in which he claimed he is a stalker.
In 2003, Banner released his first major label album, Mississippi: The Album.
The revolution will be televised, if David Banner has anything to do with it.
“The intention of this visual is not to promote violence, but to show that we as a people will no longer accept the loss of innocent black lives,” states Banner at the opening of the piece.
“The purpose of this message is not to target anyone, but instead, to value everyone.