Somewhere in-between 2003’s Missisippi: The Album and 2005’s Certified, rapper/producer David Banner decided to start constructing his albums similar to DJ Khaled (or maybe it was the other way around?, who knows). On October 9th Banner will release his newest studio album, the Saigon-friendly Greatest Story Ever Told, thus continuing his guest feature extravaganza. On the second single, Get Like Me, Mr. Mississippi is joined by rappers Yung Joc and Jim Jones and R&B sensation, Chris Brown. “Stuntin’ is a habit, get like me,” Yung Joc insists on the chorus; but can Banner do it alone without an assist or three.
Written by DJ Z on 09/4/07
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