Big K.R.I.T. & David Banner Take Aim Against The Corrupt System (Audio)

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David Banner and Big K.R.I.T. will not go quietly, or unarmed. The Mississippi MC/producers make their latest union on “My Uzi,” a Pimp C-sampling song about protecting ourselves, symbolically and literally, from terror and attackers.

Presumed to be one of the first looks from David Banner’s The God Box album, this song is substantial, dealing with family, pride, racism, and corruption. Big K.R.I.T.’s verse complements Banner’s two perfectly, with the latter mentioning some of the troubling headlines of 2015.

Does this song fit into the ongoing firearms conversation regarding our communities?

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