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Mass Appeal has featured veteran rapper and producer David Banner in their latest installment of Rhythm Roulette. The series challenges producers to make a beat by sampling three random records, chosen from a record store while blindfolded.
The Mississippi native made history in the episode, becoming the first artist to have his Rhythm Roulette track officially released. The song, which is titled “Paper,” is out now on Mass Appeal Records. It features vocals from rapper Tricky LT 45 and co-production from Burroughs and Gensu Dean, who are all seen in the episode.
The track was produced using vinyl from Atlanta’s Wax n’ Facts.
Banner is best known for his hit singles “Play” and the Chris Brown-assisted “Get Like Me.” He is set to release his first album since 2010, The God Box, on May 19.
Watch the episode above.