Sonny Jr. returns.
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Sonny Jr. returns.
Random Axe reunites.
Trials, tribulations and classics from one of Detroit's finest groups.
Street songs called survival.
Black Milk's no rookie at incorporating electronic music in his songs but he keeps finding novel ways to make these blends fresh.
Black Milk + country rap tunes = a jam you never knew you wanted
Artist/producer keeps proving Detroit knows quality Hip-Hop music.
Yep. This new project from one of Detroit's most versatile MCs is just as fresh as you expected.
Black Milk's No Poison, No Paradise excels at being an album with a purpose, as the producer tagged the project with personal struggles common folks go through.
"Black Milk should stick with producing," said some idiot.
Black Milk nailed this self-directed visual for <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/03/black-milk-sundays-best-mondays-worst">"Sunday's Best/Monday's Worst."</a> In the clip, the fictional character Sonny Jr.
With No Poison No Paradise's release around the corner, Black Milk drops the new single, "Dismal.
Black Milk's No Poison No Paradise is getting a do-over today.
Producer and rapper Black Milk will be releasing his new album, No Poison No Paradise, come October 15th via Fat Beats/Computer Ugly.
"Don't realize you from a ghetto till you get a little older" Black Milk <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/08/black-milk-home-studio-engadget-interview">may not live in the D</a> anymore but he takes a trip back there on "Perfected On Puritan Ave.
Homemade rap music isn't a new concept.
Black Milk lets listeners into the lab to hear a mad scientist at work on "The Kraft," a track that's part of his ongoing art and music synthesis, the Fuzz, Freqs & Colors instrumental series.
Detroit emcee/producer Black Milk's instrumental EP goes by Synth or Soul.
More new Black Milk with the release of "Computer Ugly Ugly" and "Why Worry.