For this Black Music Month, TheUrbanDaily.com asked some of our favorite celebrities what their favorite or most influential album was and why. To set things off David Banner breaks down why Atlanta’s own Goodie Mob and their bonafide classic debut album Soul Food was so critical to his development as an artist. RELATED: Goodie Mob […]
For this Black Music Month TheUrbanDaily.com asked some of our favorite celebrities what their favorite or most influential album was and why. To set things…
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…
David Banner feels there’s much to be learned from some of last year’s major events, so he decided to write some resolutions for black people in 2012. He makes three compelling points and uses sports and politics to underscore his opinion piece. Find out how the black community can get stronger collectively in 2012 by […]
Big Krit spoke with B.High about the “Return Of 4 Eva” mixtape. He also talked about working with David Banner and others in the hip hop game. He goes on to say he is doing this mixtape to prove to some people he can make a commercial CD. Check out the exclusive interview below! RELATED: […]
When asked who his favorite Southern rapper is, David Banner passionately objected to labeling rappers by region. According to Banner, the South is often described in sub-par terms in relation to other Hip-Hop hubs. Banner, who is from Jackson, Mississippi, states, “I transcend any label or any title that anyone has ever put on me,” […]
Rapper David Banner will be inducted into the Mississippi Musicians Hall of Fame during a ceremony to be held tonight. Banner was honored during a private ceremony that took place in his hometown of, Jackson, along with artists like Muddy Waters, B.B. King, Charlie Pride, Conway Twitty, Sam Cooke, Jerry Butler, Elvis Presley and others. […]
David Banner & 9th Wonder have been quiet in regards to their upcoming collaborative album, Death Of A Pop Star, but a new song featuring Ludacris & Marsha Ambrosius has leaked.
Three years after "Stomp the Yard" premiered in theaters a sequel is now on the way. "Stomp the Yard: Homecoming" centers on a student at Truth University (Terrence J from BET's "106 & Park"), who must overcome personal obstacles to win the national step-up title.
The latest lawsuit filed in connection to Lil Wayne, comes from none other than David Banner. Click here for details.