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David Banner, an American rapper and record producer does have a list of albums and singles. He has two independent albums, “Grey Skies,” released on 30 November 1999, and “Them Fire Water Boyz, Vol. 1,” released on 15 August 2000.

David Banner also has a string of studio albums, including Banner’s first studio album, “Mississippi: The Album,” which was released on 20 May, 2003 by SCR/Universal. That was followed by, on 23 December 2003, “MTA2: Baptized in Dirty Water”. On 20 September 2005, Banner released his third studio album produced by the label Big Face Ent., entitled “Certified.” “The Greatest Story Ever Told” was Banner’s fourth studio album and was released 15 July 2008 also by Big Face Ent. Banner’s last released album was on 21 December 2010 and is titled “Death of a Popstar.”

Banner has also released a number of solo singles between 2003 and 2010, including 2003’s “Like a Pimp,” featuring Lil Flip and 2007’s “9MM/Speaker” with Akon, Snoop Dogg, and Lil Wayne. In 2008, Banner partnered again with Lil Waybe for “Shawty Say.”

Other solo singles

2003 – “Cadillac on 22’s”
2004 – “Crank It Up” featuring Static Major
2005 – “Ain’t Got Nothing” featuring Majic and Lil Boosie
2005 – “Play”
2005 – “Touching” featuring Jazze Pha
2008 – “Get Like Me” featuring Chris Brown and Yung Joc
2010 – “Slow Down” with 9th Wonder
2010 – “Be With You” also with 9th Wonder

Banner’s featured singles include 2003’s “Tear it Up” by Yung Wun also featuring Lil Flip and DMX, and “Walk It Talk It” by Yung Wun. In 2008, he was featured in two 2008 singles – Bun B’s “You’re Everything” alongside Rick Ross and Eightball & KJG, and Anthony Hamilton’s “Cool.”

Banner has also made guest appearances on 18 songs between 2002 and 2008, including Lil Wayne’s 2008 “La La” along with Busta Rhymes and Nelly’s 2003 “Air Forces One” along with 8Ball.


David Banner, birth name Lavell Crump, was born April 11, 1972 in Jackson, Mississippi. After high school, Banner graduated from Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s Southern University with a Business Bachelor’s Degree. He started to study for his Master’s in Education from the University of Maryland, but eventually left school to move forward with his dream of having a music career.

“David Banner,” Crump’s stage name is the name of the title character in “The Incredible Hulk” television series. For awhile, Banner performed with rapper Kamikaze in the group Crooked Lettaz. Banner released, in 2000, his debut solo album, entitled “Them Firewater Boyz, Vol. 1” under Big Face Records. After his first single, titled “Like a Pimp” hit the radio, it became an instant sensation and Banner signed with SRC Records. In 2003, his first studio album debuted – “Mississippi: The Album”. Banner then released, in 2005, his next album titled, “Certified.” Banner’s next album, “The Greatest Story Ever Told” came out in 2008.

The flexible Banner

Aside from an eventful music career, Banner has also created a name for himself with a promising film career. He played the role of Tehronne in the 2006 movie “Black Snake Moan.” Banner has also lent a hand on “That Crook’d Sipp,” a cartoon on Adult Swim which premiered in 2007. Also in 2007, Banner was in the movie “This Christmas” as Mo, as well as a leader of a gang, named Jay in “Stomp the Yard 2: Homecoming.” Banner played the role of Bosch the 2010 movie, “The Experiment,” alongside Adrien Brody and Forest Whitaker.

Banner has also been noted for his activism in assisting the cleanup after Hurricane Katrina. He was presented with the Visionary Award in 2006, by the National Black Caucus.