David Banner is currently cooking up another important, socially conscious body of work titled The God Box, which will serve as his first album since 2012's Sex, Drugs, & Video Games. To start the anticipated roll out process, David has given us the green light to premiere his new single “My Uzi” featuring Mississippi brethren Big K.R.I.T.
Proving once again why he’s one of the most vicious emcees on the mic, Banner delivers a lyrical, self-produced record that finds him touching on the recent troubles with society & politics, mentioning Baltimore, Mike Brown, and the black lives that we’ve lost in the process. Add a ferocious verse from K.R.I.T. and an anthemic ending by composer John Debney and you got yourself a powerful new single that fans should definitely fuck with & support.
Stream the new single and let us know what you think! New music video on the way as well.
My Uzi weigh a ton
Pray to God I stay protected
High alert, I see jackersng on the creep in my reflection
Lord, ain’t nothing been promised lately
Police out here acting crazy
Shooting up black folks left and right
People out here die every night