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HHV Exclusive: David Banner talks “The God Box,” activism in his music, race, business, politics, TV project, and much more

By Alyssa Debonair
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Perhaps, because of him being a Deep South rapper, as David Banner is from Mississippi, his contributions are overlooked. From the beginning, David Banner was always culturally-aware. On his debut album, “Cadillac on 22’s” was nothing like the title indicated.

David Banner, however, increasingly began to make changes in both his music, and his style. While he continued delivering bangers, he was more forward with his message. Now, David Banner has become an activist, in this new political era.

Recently, David Banner sat down with Hip-HopVibe.com, and spoke with our host, MJ. Holding nothing back, David Banner touched on every topic of his career, explaining his choices, and the current race/political era. Banner touched on a wide range of topics and even said he has a TV project about Atlanta, in the works.

Watch the entire interview below:

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