J.Nolan – Coming Down (Crash The Internet)
Still fresh off the release of ‘Distinction‘, J.Nolan goes in for a double feature with ‘Coming Down (Crash the Internet)’, rhyming over bangers from Black Milk and Zack Urman. This song is simply to showcase this man’s seriousness on the mic and his music.
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Black Milk Presents: ‘No Poison No Paradise’ Tour (09/20 – 10/20)!
Black Milk has decided to go on tour for his newest release, No Poison No Paradise - scheduled for an October 15th release. Thanks to his first single Perfected On Puritan Ave. getting alot of plays, Black continues exploration into experimenting with various sounds outside of his usual known sound that we got familiar with from Sound Of The City & Popular Demand. But I don’t mean to digress; Black has always been the type to challenge the way we listen to music, by..
Black Milk “No Poison No Paradise” Cover & Release Date
The Detroit producer Black Milk who made a name for himself through that hard hitting signature Detroit sound has been getting more experimental as of late and branching out his musical arms to new sounds. This new album No Poison No Paradise should be a culmination of the old and the new. The culmination of the two is set to be released on his own label Computer Ugly with distribution done by Fat Beats. The album has been pinned with a date of October 15th for release. He’s also got the first single out which you can check out..
Black Milk – Perfected On Puritan Ave.
Black Milk isn’t calling this one the Album Of The Year like he crowned the last one but it has the makings of an exemplary album. Perfected On Puritan Ave. has some normal Black Milk flavor with some added, experimental leaning elements that he has come to enjoy playing with in the last few years. Too many people don’t respect his abilities on the mic, they normally laud him for his producer skills but pass off his skill on the microphone. He actually tells a pretty captivating tale on this song, a life of..
Black Milk – The Kraft
Black Milk has been getting more experimental in his music as of late. His latest project Synth Or Soul is a bit of a testament to that. This track is an even bigger step in that direction. It’s a combination of different vocal samples, synth sounds and a lot of different electronic elements. According to Black Milk, this is just a rough draft, a piece still in its experimental stages.
Souls Of Mischief – Stop And Look (Remix) prod. Black Milk
Adrian Younge is a very talented musician, and for him to bring back to life The Delfonics album is amazing in his own right! Not only could I give you twelve reasons why this man is genius, but I can give you one extra why Souls Of Mischief decided to remake The Delfonics’ Stop And Look (And You Have Found Love), and get Black Milk to provide the beat! Stream/purchase it above!
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