Hip Hop Artist Bank has released his debut Album, ‘I Was Just Recording’ on August 10th, 2010. The album is being released on his Atlanta based, independent record label Southern Produce Entertainment and is currently available on ITunes.
The album is a follow up to 2009’s “2000 N Plenty Mixtape”, which was recorded by the Norh Carolina Native after serving two tours of duty with the U.S. Army in Iraq and hosted by DJ Sense of D.J. Drama’s The Aphilliates and the “Fresh Hits Daily Mixtape” which he released in early 2010.
“I Was Just Recording” is Bank’s first album and contains 15 songs including the singles KEEP IT MOVING (K.I.M.), IN A ZONE, and HEAT IT UP. The album showcases Bank’s unique delivery and subject matter that set him apart from anyone else in Hip Hop. With his southern accent and singing drawl, Bank touches on subjects that all people can relate to. As a lyricist, Bank chooses to deviate from the stereotypical subject matters of violence and drugs and focuses instead on being the voice for the everyday person.