West Coast rapper Lil B has finally answered back fellow hip-hop artist David Banner’s summer 2011 swag-based shots directed at him on a new record called “I Own Swag.”
On the record, Lil B proclaims himself as a sole owner of swag.
With Valentine’s Day red roses in hand, Lil B responds to David Banner’s summer 2011 track “Swag”, a messy collection of talking points which called young rappers like B and Tyler, the Creator to task for being goofy-dancing atheists. On “I Own Swag” B sings back, You know that I’m more famous than you! and invokes Mac Dre’s “Not My Job,” where the Bay Area legend rapped, I can bust you a rap, but anything else, not my job.
Last summer, Banner’s “Swag” record reportedly took aim at West Coast artists like Lil B and Kreayshawn.
David Banner sparks a riot with his charged words on “Swag” off The Make Believe Album. The Mississippi MC/producer criticizes the new generation of hip-hop, calling out newcomers including Kreayshawn for her reported use of the N-word (she has repeatedly denied the accusations) and hip-hop collective Odd Future, who he claims “feeds evil to the streets.” “The homies is busting slugs/ The women is shaking a**/ A white girl call us ni**a and we just sit back and laugh/ We call it swag,” preaches the righteous rapper in a style reminiscent of Lil B.
And now…the video.
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