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“You win some, you lose some; but you live, you live to fight another day.” Fortunately, said loss occurred during a game of Connect 4 against Detroit rapper/producer Black Milk in the latest installment of Games Rappers Play.

Milk’s new album, If There’s A Hell Below, was a focal point of our conversation; topics include the backstory of his collaboration with the legendary Pete Rock and an early allusion to the feature-heavy “Detroit vs. Everybody (Remix),” which released last week.

Peep the footage above. Purchase Black Milk’s If There’s A Hell Below project via iTunes or Bandcamp.

Photo: HHW