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Ms Banks unleashes BAD B BOP Video!


Ms Banks unleashes BAD B BOP Video!

Ms Banks unleashes BAD B BOP Video!


Produced by Guilty Beatz & Victizzle Video Directed by Capone & Guise


Know I keep it HOT.

When I pull up on da BLOCK, If a bitch talk SLICK, then you know it’s on TOP!


Ms Banks gives us strength and BAD B Vibes with brand new video! Staying insanely consistent throughout 2019, what did you expect?

Ms Banks is a British female rapper who hit the stage with Little Mix at this year’s BRITs. Born and raised in South London, though a British native, the rapper comes from Nigerian and Ugandan heritage which contributes to her unique sound and style of rapping.

Speaking on the fruits of her labour, she believes she owes her music career to her musical family and upbringing saying;

“I wrote my first bar aged 11 – and it’s been continuous ever since. I come from a very musical family – so I’ve always been hearing different music in my house, and wanting to write.”

Banks has described her sound as “Raw, edgy, versatile”

During a Capital XTRA interview, Ms Banks also hinted at a collaboration with US super star Nicki Minaj revealing:

“All I’m saying is… when it drops, it drops. It’s amazing. We’ve spoken about a lot, and a lot of things are happening.”

Ms Banks also has Cardi B in her corner after she supported her on her UK tour. previously collaborating with the likes of Tinie Tempah, Stormzy & more its clear Ms Banks is en route to the next level of her career and has found a friend in Anthony Joshua and French Montana.


In another recent interview Ms Banks told us;


“It’s an amazing time to be a rapper,” she says. “I don’t have to make something with a commercial feel. We’ve come too far for that. We’ve seen Dave and Fredo going to number one with Funky Friday, Stormzy with Vossi Bop. We’re allowed to be our authentic selves. We don’t have to try for pop — rap is very much a part of pop culture.”


Having written her first bars at 11 she has been releasing her own music for several years, she previously earned a spot on the BBC Radio 1Xtra showcase with Charlie Sloth’s Fire in the BoothA certified measure of your rapping significance — more than three years ago.

With a tunnel vision focus and strict work ethic, now, though, we can see and hear Ms Banks getting much closer to the mainstream. You may have spotted her performing at this year’s Brit Awards with Little Mix, modelling clothes for tall girls with her own collection for Pretty Little Thing – rightly named the;


Powering on, this last quarter of the year Banks recorded and performed the theme song for the BBC’s coverage of the Women’s World Cup — a female-focused reworking of the 2005 Fort Minor single Remember the Name.


Be sure to follow Ms Banks here and B BOP your way to the top and watch the video!




Post by: Sammi Swinton


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