David Banner Cartoon ”Crook’d Sipp,” Gun Shots Fired at Unk Concert, Timbaland Helps Nelly Furtado Sell Millions
Mississippi rapper David Banner "Levell Crump" will be one of many to be joining Cartoon Network's Adult Swin lineup with his new series named "That Crook'd 'Sipp."
Mississippi rapper David Banner "Levell Crump" will be one of many to be joining Cartoon Network's Adult Swin lineup with his new series named "That Crook'd 'Sipp." David Banner plays the main character, a young progressive black man named Virgil who tells the story of The Beauregards, a white family, trapped in the 1800's in Mississippi but living in 2007. "He [Virgil] owns the hottest restaurants in the little town called Sweet Tea, Mississippi," Banner stated. "He also has the most controversial group in the South called the Sweet Tea Monsters, and they will have a real album coming out." The first airing titled "That Tree of Strife" is expected on Monday, May 14, 2007 at 12:15 AM and 4:15 AM. Sources state his single "Play" was used as the background music in the pilot's first television promo. Hopefully, the cartoon series will become part of the Joost Network and you'll be able to watch it free online. In the meantime, David Banner is currently in the studio working on a new album.
It's seems like no matter how hard you try, there's always going to be one unwanted egg just waiting to crack open. Well, Thursday, May 10, 2007 at approximately 10 PM in Richmond, Virgina, DJ Unk "DJ Unknown/Anthony Platt" and Police Chief Rodney Monroe where having an "Anti-Crime" concert when it was sadly interrupted with gunfire by a man standing outside of the venue. The unidentified man shot a gun in mid-air outside the Landmark Theater where a large crowd was stated have been. The Virginia Commonwealth University police apprehended and arrested a man on a misdemeanor charge for dicharging his firearm in public.
While DJ Unk is doing anti-crime concerts and David Banner is producing cartoons, super producer Timbaland "Timothy Z. Mosley" has helped Nelly Furtado sell more than five million copies of her "Loose" album to music fans around the world according to sources. The album has also been certified gold or platinum in nearly 28 countries. Inaddition to doing so well, Nelly Furtado states that she now wants to start a rock group with Timbaland. How well will this go?