David Banner drops the visual for the latest release off his S*x, Drugs & Video Games album, “Malcolm X (A Song To Me).” The Mississippi rapper spits some serious sociopolitical commentary, made more powerful by historical images showcasing America’ s long-standing racial divide.
Hit the jump to view the video, and make sure to listen closely to the lyrics. Powerful stuff.
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