David Banner has some strong thoughts about how Black men are portrayed in entertainment, and watch him speak on it in this exclusive video. As a rapper, actor and producer, David Banner has an insider’s perspective on the subject.
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On May 22nd, David Banner will release his free independent album, Sex, Drugs and Video Games. The goal of the project is to show the world Urban music is still valuable asking for fans to support “The 2M1Movement” right here.
About the Sex, Drugs and Video Games title, David Banner explains, ”We are not simply characters in a video game being controlled by the invisible hand. Once this donation goal is met, I’m going to shoot a movie that will drop 5-22-2013 and a portion of the donations are also going to charity.”
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David Banner: Why The Image Of Black Men Matters [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO] was originally published on therussparrmorningshow.com
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