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BandGang Lonnie Bands

BandGang Lonnie Bands

BandGang Lonnie Bands was born in Detroit, Michigan on the 25th of July 1995. He is a rapper and one-sixth of the rap collective BandGang. Lonnie is best known for his song “Run It Up.” The video for the track has over 500,000 views on YouTube. He is joined by Bandit Gang Marco in BandGang. He released his debut EP in 2016 called Talk That Shit.[1]

Career

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Lonnie works as a member of the band called ‘Band Gang’.

It consists of six people including Lonnie himself

In 2019, BandGang Lonnie Bands released his album KOD a 21-song epic told from the perspective of a sedated Lonnie Bands as he rushes through days filled with drug dealing, pimping, and scamming—where other rappers flex their cars and jewels. Lonnie brags about his credit cards. There’s a steady tension throughout the project set by the manic energy of the piano melodies and the Lonnie Bands storytelling that could double as a Harmony Korine script.

The video for his song "Whatever I Say" has over 400,000 views on YouTube.

Bands is acquainted with Bandit Gang Marco, his astrological sign is Leo.

BandGang

BandGang is a rap collective located in Detroit and was established in 2008. The group is made up of six emcees: Paid Will, BandGang Masoe, Lonnie Bands, AJ, Javar, and Biggs.

They all worked independently at first, self-releasing tracks, videos, and mixtapes, including White Buff Boyz, Grind Season 2, and The Family, all released in a very productive 2014.

They continued the next year with more mixtapes of their increasingly raw gangster rap-informed sounds, releasing Young Kings and WDW, among others.

The ensuing years saw almost every member of the group strike out solo, with many members releasing their own album-length mixtapes.

They also collaborated with Detroit rapper Tee Grizzley on the 2016 single "Straight to It." 2017 brought the collaborative EP, The Appetizer, with Trauma Tone, followed a year later by BandGang's lengthy, 30-track full-length In Too Deep.[2]

Social Media

Lonnie is quite active on Social media where he engages and updates his fans. He has over 29,000 followers on Twitter (@BgLonniekod)[4] and 156,000 followers on Instagram (bglonniekod)[5]

Discography

His songs are accessible on sites like Spotify, Napster, Tidal (service), Apple Music

Albums

  • Can't ban the Bandman, 2019

  • KOD, 2019

  • Talk That Shit 2, 2017

  • Antisocial, 2017

  • Cosign by the Streets, 2017

Singles & EPs

  • Me too, 2020

  • The rapper who stole producing, 2020

  • Talk that 2020, 2019

  • Deep in it, 2019

  • Dirty Laundry, 2019

  • Hitman, 2019

  • Rastas, 2018

  • Facts, 2018

  • The good and the bad, 2018

  • Addidas, 2018[3]

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