Rapper David Banner has released a new bangin music video for new hip hop song Malcom X (A Song To Me) in promotion of his new free hip hop album download Sex, Drugs & Video Games, which aims to start a movement to put artists and others in control of their own music, movies and content.
The rapper says the goal of his Sex, Drugs & Video Games album is to show the world urban music is still valuable. The rapper wants to reach 2 million free downloads, with at least a $1 donation from each downloader, and promises a movie release on May 22, 2012, if the goal is reached.
The song Malcolm X (A Song To Me) off the Sex, Drugs & Video Games album is produced by David Banner and co-produced by THX.
In the song, the Mississippi rapper says he doesn’t want to teach self-hate, and instead promote uplifting the youth with messages about racial profiling and more that say don’t promote girls to dance on poles picking their money up off the floor or our young boys to turn into drug dealers.
The rapper uses historical images to reveal America’s still racial division in his hip hop music video.
Check out rapper David Banner in his latest music video for the song ‘Malcolm X (A Song To Me},’ off his latest mixtape, Sex, Drugs, and Video Games.
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