The revolution may not be televised, but it will definitely be heard. Adorned with lyrical gold heavy enough to bow the heads of the most righteous kings, David Banner’s “My Uzi” returns social injustices to the forefront of Hip-Hop. The recalcitrant production is nothing short of incredible. It invites listeners into a head-nodding journey quenching their thirst for something that knocks as it satisfies the hunger with food for thought. Sampling his own “Suicide Doors”, Banner enlists his Mississippi brother and fellow deliverer of content, Big K.R.I.T, to lyrically take fans into the world of modern day oppression. Heavy may be the head that wears the crown, but by the looks of it, Banner and K.R.I.T have no worries in delivering content that doesn’t elude to the script society has prescribed. Absent of falsehoods, this truth bearing track questions the individual’s willingness to stand. Enveloped in the defiance of society’s notion, “My Uzi” signifies the contumacious stance one may take if change is what he seeks. The track’s weight lightens with the John Debney’s original composition; a promise that better days are near. If this is a prelude to what #theGodBox has in store, we may just have the rap album of the year.
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