Here’s one to bop to on your way out to the club this weekend. Xzibit enlisted Wiz Khalifa and David Banner to spit some rhymes over production by the latter for a real feel-good number for you to rock with. A blonde songstress hailing from the city of angels by the name of Brevi blesses the track with her vocals for the hook. This one’s a fun one, so celebrate life and “Enjoy The Night” after the jump. Read more
David Banner kicked his 2M1 Movement into high gear yesterday with the release of Sex, Drugs & Video Games. Today, he takes it up another notch with the release of an official video speaking about his movement. The 2M1 Movement aims to give artists complete control over music, film, and content. Donate to the movement here.
David Banner has finally released his Sex, Drugs & Video Games project. The LP is a free download. Big K.R.I.T., Chris Brown, A$AP Rocky, Bun B, Don Trip, Snoop Dogg, Nipsey Hussle, Game, Maino, Lil Wayne, and 2 Chainz make appearances. Contribute to Banner’s 2M1 movement here.
Stream and download David Banner’s Sex, Drugs & Video Games after the jump.
David Banner teams up with Chris Brown for the visuals to his single Amazing.
Off his upcoming free independent album, “Sex, Drugs and Video Games,” out on Tuesday.
Maurice Garland sits down with David Banner for an interview. Banner, talks about coming up in Atlanta, and the concept behind his new album, Sex, Drugs and Video Games. The album drops on May 22nd.
With Biggie embedded on his shirt, David Banner strolls down BKLYN’s corners. Video directed by Corey Smyth & Shomi Patwary. Sex, Drugs & Video Games drops May 22nd.
David Banner recently hooked up with Maino for a track off Sex, Drugs & Video Games. A video for the track was shot in Brooklyn (of course) and Karmaloop was on hand to capture some behind the scenes footage.
David Banner releases his latest music video featuring Snoop, Nipsey Hussle, Game and Rass Kass.
The track will appear on his upcoming free project Sex, Lies & Video Games. Due out on May 22nd.
Let David Banner’s free Sex, Drugs, and Video Games LP into your ears on May 22nd. But for now, enjoy this Tank-featured track.
The always outspoken David Banner sits down with Black Enterprise and expresses his frustration over the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Many speculate that Martin’s death was motivated by race. Banner passionately calls for change in both the culture, and in D.C.