David Banner and Romeo Miller continue to expand their acting credits. The two rappers will star in the upcoming film Never Heard.

Directed by Josh Webber, the film revolves around Banner's character, Aaron Davis, who's in prison for a crime he claims he didn't commit. Romeo will play the role of Banner's son Jalen, who grows up without a father figure in a rough and tumble neighborhood in Los Angeles. He eventually gets into a sticky situation when his friend ends up falling into debt with a big-time drug dealer. The film also stars Robin Givens, Karrueche Tran and Dijon Talton.

“I think this movie will really resonate with many families worldwide,” Webber said. “In life we are constantly faced with choices and each choice you make has their own set of consequences. Never Heard teaches us that sometimes we may make the wrong choice yet it is never too late to change your course and find the righteous path.”

Never Heard is based on the Tamera Hill book I Never Heard My Father Speak and is slated to be released on Nov. 1.

Banner, who put out his most recent album, The God Box, in 2017, has nearly a dozen feature films under his belt including Black Snake Moan, This Christmas, Stomp the Yard: Homecoming and Ride Along. Romeo's list is even longer with roles in the movies Jumping the Broom, Madea's Witness Protection and a slew of television appearances.

Check out the trailer for the upcoming film below.

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