David Banner is talking about the use of the N-word in with "A My" featuring Trinidad James.

The new single comes off of Banner's forthcoming album, The God Box as a tradeoff for his album being pushed back. And it's a blazing song.

"#theGodbox has been pushed. I announced it weeks ago. I released #AMY as a thank you for your consideration. The wait will be worth it," read a tweet by Banner.

And fans seem to agree. While a number of them have used flame emojis to describe the track others used words to share their thoughts on it. "'A My' is my new favorite!! How is it possible that you keep dropping these gems?? I'm in awe @davidbanner," read another tweet by an adoring fan.

Banner has been busy on the road to promote his album by giving speeches at churches and universities across the U.S. On top of that, he's done a few good deeds including donating a music studio to Mississippi Boys & Girls Club.

James has been pretty busy himself. The Atlanta rhymer just released a new video for his single, "Just a Little Thick" with Mystikal and Lil Dicky.

The God Box drops on Aug. 19 via Banner's label A Banner Vision. The album will tackle politics, race and injustice. Check out "A My" below.

Listen to David Banner's "A My" featuring Trinidad James

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