David Banner f/ Tank – “Let Me In” | New Music

 

Shortly after dropping the Big K.R.I.T.-assisted “Believe,” David Banner keeps the anticipation for his Sex, Drugs & Video Games project growing by releasing the silky smooth “Let Me In” featuring Milwaukee-born R&B crooner Tank.

But before we get into the music, it would probably be appropriate to explain that Banner intends for Sex, Drugs & Video Games to be more than a mere album or mixtape — he plans for it to be the first step in a movement for the greater good.

In his own words:

The goal of Sex, Drugs & Video Games is to show the world urban music is still valuable. And how am I going to do that? Well, I’m glad you asked. I need 2 million of you to download this free independent album on May 22nd, then I need the same 2 million of you to donate at least $1 to the movement, but feel free to donate more! There is no maximum donation, and you can even donate now.

And what’s the “movement” you may ask? THE 2M1 MOVEMENT IS TO START CONTROLLING OUR OWN MUSIC, MOVIES, AND CONTENT… PERIOD! WE ARE NOT SIMPLY CHARACTERS IN A VIDEO GAME being controlled by the invisible hand. Once the goal is met, I’m going to shoot a movie that will drop May 22, 2013, and a portion will go to charity.

To hear a bit more about Sex, Drugs & Video Games and the entire 2M1 Movement, watch this video.

Now that you’ve been caught up, you may now proceed to the song. “Let Me In” was produced by Banner and Swiff D. Sex, Drugs & Video Games drops May 22.


 

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