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Lee Bannon
12 October, 2013 1:04 pm

In anticipation for his upcoming Ninja Tune LP, Alternate/Endings, producer Lee Bannon (ProEra, Smoke DZA) drops a 22-minute EP, uncut into one track.

23 December, 2012 6:15 am

Kwame, Lee Bannon, and Chuck Strangers have united to form Super Helpful. Their first single together features an appearance from Joey Bada$$. This is on some Stretch and Bobbito shit.

26 April, 2012 10:31 am

Lee Bannon released the seven track, eleven minute Fantastic Plastic EP in September of last year on Plug Research, and talk about a teaser! For fans, it was only right he came back this February with a full length album of the same title. At first listen, it’s hard to believe Bannon hails from The [cont.]

15 January, 2012 3:48 pm

Directed by Felipe Jorge for Method To Madness Productions.

26 August, 2011 1:59 pm

Two new tracks from Plug Research’s upcoming Lee Bannon release, Fantastic Plastic, due 2012.

10 March, 2011 3:01 pm

Sacramento, California beatsmith Lee Bannon has hooked up with to bring listeners his latest street release, Bannon for Dummies. Intended as an introduction to the producer’s oeuvre and a prelude to original album BigToyBox2 (due out March 29), the project compiles 20 previously-released tracks recorded from 2008-2010. Produced entirely by Bannon, the set includes [cont.]

2 February, 2011 6:50 am

Here’s a pair of joints that may or may not appear on the final tracklist for Movies On Demand 2, which will be brought to you in part by HipHopSite.Com. We’re hearing maybe even by this weekend….

25 December, 2010 5:03 am

Cons brings another one from Movies On Demand 2, produced by Lee Bannon, with Statik Selektah on the cut.

15 March, 2010 9:34 am

This is the third and fourth leaks off the new Cons TV: Movies on Demand mixtape which reportedly will be released later today.  Keeping with the movie/theatrical references, these tracks co-star Styles P and Pharoahe Monch.  Production from Statik Selektah and Consequence on “Don’t Stand So Close,” and Lee Bannon on the “Let U Live.” [cont.]

  Mixtape D.L.
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