The rapper's fans have to delay their wish to grab his "Greatest Story Ever Told" as its release date has been re-scheduled once again.
Another disappointing news comes from David Banner regarding his upcoming album as the new set has its release date being pushed back once again. David's "The Greatest Story Ever Told" which was scheduled to hit the stores on June 3 has now been pushed back to July 15.
It won't be for the first time that the new record's release got delayed, previously the album was actually being set to be dropped in October 2007 but it got re-scheduled to June 3. Unfortunately, there hasn't been any statements from either David or his record label to explain about the pushed back reasons.
For the upcoming LP itself the rapper has tapped lots of famous musicians to work with, such as Chris Brown, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Sean Paul, Yung Joc, Akon and many more. Commenting about his new record, previously in an interview David said, "Most rappers in this day and time don't get to make it to their fourth or fifth album, so I feel very blessed."
Although his new album is being re-scheduled, the rapper has already spawned two singles to promote the set, those singles are "Speaker" and "Get Like Me" featuring Chris and Joc. The latter has just got its accompanying music video premiered on May 10.