Black Milk has emerged as one of the premier artists of his era, showing dexterity both as a producer and lyricist over the course of several projects. In support of his seventh studio album FEVER, the Detroit native is embarking on a world tour due to kick off next month.

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It’s unapologetically a Compton thing on The Game’s latest track, “The Chronic,” featuring rising rappers AD and AV.

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It’s a full fledge Compton affair on The Game‘s new track “Roped Off,” featuring Problem and Boogie.

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Here it is, the moment we’ve (read: this writer) been waiting for. Readying his Layers album for an April 15 release, Royce Da 5’9 premieres the title track, featuring rap heavyweights Pusha T and Rick Ross.

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Boogie, a shining star in the rising class of Compton rappers, has a very nuanced set of skills, propelled, in part, by his comedic flair. No song in his catalog displays this like “Bitter Raps,” the sequel of which arrives today.

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Fans who enjoy where Ab-Soul took it on These Days… will love the newly released album leftover “House of Sin.”

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The here today, gone tomorrow nature of the Internet affects how long rap fans sit with music. But 2 Chainz doesn’t want any of us to forget about “This Me, F*ck It,” his contribution to Timbaland’s King Stays King mixtape.

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The name Slum Village has gone on to become a genericized trademark for a Hip-Hop sound that fits the definition for many fans.

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Progression is what you can expect to hear anytime Black Milk returns with new heat. His new track is titled “I Guess.”


Moving along, Hip-Hop Wired gifts readers with some Christmas Day joy via Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2014.

[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.

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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.”