The name Slum Village has gone on to become a genericized trademark for a Hip-Hop sound that fits the definition for many fans.
Progression is what you can expect to hear anytime Black Milk returns with new heat. His new track is titled “I Guess.”
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[ooyala code=”0yMDk5cjrmEwCjfZB7YPTHSQMH4Alngz” player_id=”16d3592c0566485792a9febd7fbe442b”] “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.
Black Milk has been dropping consistent heat for years, but is still inexplicably and criminally underrated. The Detroit native shares a video for “What It’s Worth.”
Few feelings compare to hearing a quality story. Black Milk, a high class storyteller in his own right, tells an intricate street tale on the latest If There’s A Hell Below release, “Scum.”
On October 28, Black Milk, a producer, rapper, and damn good storyteller, will package and deliver these skills via his latest studio album If There’s A Hell Below. From the project, blesses fans with the third single, “Gold Piece,” featuring Bun B.
Converse returns today with another eclectic collaboration from their upcoming CONS EP Vol. 2. This time, it’s Detroit’s own Black Milk and Canadian Jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD, who team up on a track titled “Now Or Never.”
Slum Village has manifested in an variety of ways since the untimely deaths of group members Baatin and J. Dilla. Today, the surviving Conant Gardens rep drops a song called “We On The Go,” featuring Black Milk and Frank Nitt.
At the end of the day, an artist’s top priority should be the quality of their music. One producer/rapper we’ve never had to question in that department is Black Milk, and today, he debuts a new audible treat in the Glitches In The Break EP.
Black Milk cannot and will not be denied. While many fans are still exploring the layers of his No Poison No Paradise LP, the Midwest native is already prepping the release of a new project, from which we receive “Cold Day.”
Here it is. The moment you’ve all been waiting for; Hip-Hop Wired presents Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2013.