[STREAM] David Banner Releases New Album ‘The God Box’

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David Banner Releases The God Box, First Album In Seven Years

Finally, the long awaited album from David Banner, The God Box is seeing the light of day. True Hip-Hop fans have been in tip-toe anticipation for what has been self-quoted by David Banner himself as, “an album with real content”.

Trending in the spotlight has never been Banner’s interest, for he is a cut from a different cloth. He’s a self-made man amongst men who are dictated to impress upon the culture a certain persona. His distinct position comes with such confidence that even his worst critics can appreciate him as an artist.

This album makes the bold statement that conscious rap has not died off and being a lyricist is still a very vibrant art. The God Box is laced with 16 tracks that include unreleased as well as previously released work from David Banner. You ask why, when the real question is how. How does an artist remain so authentic and still tweak people’s interest with such a captivating flow? By giving the culture just what they need instead of the usual trendy music served with no substance on a banging beat.

This album will definitely make new fans for David Banner. I’m almost certain the wait will be well worth now that we have The God Box in our possession on Friday.

David Banner The God Box Tracklist

1. Magnolia f. CeeLo Green & Raheem DeVaughn
2. My Uzi f. Big K.R.I.T.
3. Who Want It f. Black Thought & WatchTheDuck
4. Elvis
5. Amy f. Trinidad James
6. August
7. Cleopatra Jones
8. Marry Me f. Rudy Currency
9. Judy Blare f. Devon Lewow
10. Traffic on Mars f. Kap G, WatchTheDuck, Tim Wise & Kenya Jori
11. Black Fist f. Tito Lopez
12. Ak f. Raheem DeVaughn & Big Rube
13. Burning Thumbs
14. Wisdom Selah (Outro)
15. Evil Knievel (Bonus Track)

Listen To David Banner’s The God Box Album Below:

 


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