David Banner’s “Black Fist” Is Art That Won’t Turn The Other Cheek


(AllHipHop News) “Black Fist,” featuring Tito Lo, is a single that featured off of Banner’s upcoming album The God Box, and the rapper is going to get dialogue going with shocking imagery.

The emcee even warns viewers about the visuals that they’re about to see from the get-go.

“The intention of this visual is not to promote violence, but to show that we as a people will no longer accept the loss of innocent black lives,” Banner says at the opening of the piece. “The purpose of this message is not to target anyone, but instead, to value everyone. This video is a statement and a reminder that black lives won’t be ‘taken’ lightly.”

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The Mississippi rapper’s set of visuals showcases the disturbing image of African Americans being “hung” in front of cop, but to juxtapose when the officer is brutalized by those that were hung.

That’s only the beginning , you can check out the rest below.

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