Padded with remixes and cameos, Banner’s third CD of 2003 is a rush release, for sure, but the producer-rapper doesn’t slack off. His Marlboro-scorched bark balances belligerence with sensitive sentiments, while the skeletal beats create a Southern gothic-goes-crunk vibe – they’re spooky and Jeep ready. Worth buying if only for ”The Christmas Song,” possibly the most profane holiday tune of all time.
MTA2: Baptized in Dirty Water Padded with remixes and cameos, Banner's third CD of 2003 is a rush release, for sure, but the producer-rapper doesn't slack off. His Marlboro-scorched...MTA2: Baptized in Dirty Water Padded with remixes and cameos, Banner's third CD of 2003 is a rush release, for sure, but the producer-rapper doesn't slack off. His Marlboro-scorched...2004-01-16
Lead Performer: David Banner; Producer (group): Universal
Posted January 16 2004 — 12:00 AM EST
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