IDK the last time ya'll threw on some David Banner but the video for "Who's That" dropped today and I can't think of a better way he could have revived the Banner bandwagon. It's got that same aggressive, in-your-face style that Banner has previously owned, but now it's associated with a really powerful message that strays from his "Get Like Me" days. The song comes off his recent mixtape Sex, Drugs, & Video Games that you can cop here if you haven't already.
The video goes back and forth between solo shots of Banner rapping and archived footage of violence primarily linked with the Black Power movement. The visuals include a lot of interaction between law enforcement and protestors, strongly emphasizing the presence of police brutality. I think that those images combined with the biting lyrics offer a great commentary on many of society's cyclical problems. All in all, welcome back David Banner. Respect.
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