David Banner has always had the talent to create great music, but his albums didn’t always present that. With The God Box, Banner proves why he’s still here 20 years after getting in the game.
David Banner has been one of the more spiritually inspiring rappers in the game. Though he’s been ghost for quite some time his upcoming album The God Box is getting pre-ordered to death right now.
Rapper, activist and actor David Banner was in the headlines recently after he was arrested in Washington, D.C. earlier this month. Sitting down with The Rickey Smiley Show, Banner shared details on the shocking arrest and much more in a revealing interview.
Whenever David Banner takes a minute to talk, best believe its going to be more than a minute. In a sitdown with Atlanta radio personality B High, Banner talks about his 20 year career in rap.
David Banner pulls no punches, but he does land some some on a police officer’s face in new video for “Black Fist.”
David Banner turns 42-years old today. Ever since his 2003 hit “Like A Pimp” help spark the South’s takeover of Hip-Hop, Banner has emerged as one of the culture’s most outspoken artists. Whether it’s on the stage or on Capitol Hill, Banner never wastes a chance to represent his Mississippi roots. Here is a history of some […]
Mass Appeal and Complex have joined forces to produce Long Live the Pimp, a new online documentary on the life of deceased rapper Pimp C, one-half of pioneering Southern Hip Hop group UGK.
Tomorrow (Mar. 10), four years of blood, sweat, tears, and building a strong fanbase will culminate for Flatbush Zombies, as the group delivers their debut album 3001: A Laced Odyssey. Before then, they offer fans one last teaser with “This Is It.”
When it comes to giving back this community, David Banner isn’t just about lip service. As part of his Heal The Hood At Christmas Project in his Jackson, MS hometown, the Banner Foundation donated a recording studio to the local Boys & Girls Club.
David Banner has used his visible platform to advance his strong views and compassion towards social justice issues of varying sort. This coming Friday, the Grammy Award-winning rapper, producer, and activist is hosting his 9th annual Heal The Hood At Christmas in his native Mississippi.
Back in 2008, Lil Wayne was the hottest commodity in rap and he called upon plenty of producers such as Kanye West, Bangladesh, Jim Jonsin and David Banner to construct Tha Carter III album.
David Banner often delves into political discussions on behalf of Hip-Hop and Black culture. This time, the Mississippi wordsmith waxes poetics on a track titled “Burning Thumbs.”