“Black Milk should stick with producing,” said some idiot.
Black Milk’s development on all sides of the studio grows with each release. So it’s natural to expect him to make another leap on No Poison No Paradise. The album isn’t officially out yet but, in case you can’t tell, this is the internet. Kids these days don’t have time to wait for street dates: not with GTA V and cuffing season in full swing.
Pitchfork has you impatient muddasuckas in mind via their exclusive No Poison No Paradise album stream. This is my first run through the project and I really dig it. Then again I’m a Black Milk supporter and LS-Jermaine said one album reviews are killing Hip-Hop.
Just ignore my enthusiasm, press play on Pitchfork’s funky player and enjoy, thanks.