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- The Greatest Story Ever Told
- Me, Myself, and I
- Let’s cut to the chase: David Banner is one of the most underappreciated rappers to emerge from below the Mason-Dixon line in the last five years. Since his SRC/Universal debut Mississippi: The Album in 2003, many have been enthralled by Banner’s obvious dedication to lyrical craft, roaring tracks and b-boy stance. Still, while past tracks like the crunked “Like a Pimp” from his debut to the electro-bounce of “Play” (Certified, 2005) has helped build a loyal fan base, with the release of The Greatest Story Ever Told this country boy is finally connecting on a larger scale.
While his contemporaries worry about being crowned king of their region, David Banner has been too busy perfecting his skills to worry about trying to be royalty. “That’s not really something that concerns me,” Banner says. “For me music is about honesty, pain and a willingness to cry as well as fight. As a rapper and producer, my goal is to unite with the audience, not
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