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In collaboration with his foundation, Heal the Hood (which is actually be changed to the Banner Foundation) is donating a recording studio to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi.
This build is a part of the ninth annual “Heal the Hood at Christmas” project.
In his interview about the foundation, he said, “we’re trying to build a kingdom.”
In another interview with The Clarion-Ledger reports Banner says while overlooking the same basketball courts that he played on as a kid that this will be one of six studios that he is going to developing with the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Banner said, “I come back because I love the way I feel when I come in here. Now you see that I can give back, hopefully one of y’all can get popping from this studio and come back and give some more money.”
“They’re going to learn to write, make beats and marry the two before going into the sound booth”, said the CEO Penney Ainsworth.

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