Posted on January 18th, 2012 - By Bossip Staff
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Good point David. “If you wanna be hood and talk about being in the hood…let me see you stand up in Oakland when the police kill a black man… that will prove you’re as hood as David Banner!” (No Sarcasm)
David Banner’s New Jawn: A White Girl Calls Us N___A And We Just Sit Back And Laugh… We Call It SWAG [Video]
David Banner’s new jawn “Swag” was released about a month ago and now he’s giving you a visual to go with it. The lyrics are not your typical sell a key – chop a hoe down – let’s do a bump type lyrics… It looks like he’s calling all these wack nasty rappers out but we’ll let you be the judge of that… Continue »
Exclusive: David Banner & 9th Wonder On The Responsibilities Of Grown Man Music & The “Loneliness Of Being Great”
Posted on January 8th, 2011 - By Bossip Staff
Categories: A "Lil Positivity", Bossip Exclusives, Celebrity Interviews, David Banner, Entertainment, For the Children, For the Ladies, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Interviews, New Music, New Video, News, Someone We Actually Like, Video, We Broke It Here First!
*Sigh* These two give us SUCH hope for our brothers!! Continue »
We started out with a question about man-meat and how David Banner qualifies for the title, briefly spoke about his latest role, in Stomp The Yard: Homecoming, continued through a discussion on the artistic souls of Black folks, and ended up with some suggestive talk about Lois Griffin. Nothing like a handsome man with something to say! Continue »
Lavell Crump, (Born April 11, 1973) better known by the stage name David Banner, is an American rapper, occasional actor, record producer, record label executive, and philanthropist. His stage name is taken from the lead character of the 1970s and 1980s CBS television series The Incredible Hulk. He was raised in the Virden Addition or Queens Area neighborhood of Jackson, Mississippi.