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Kenn Starr – Square One

Kenn Starr releases Square One, his first album for eight years, and although it’s a rinsed cliche my word it was worth the wait. This album is one I’ve been anticipating literally since I first got in to hip-hop – Kenn Starr was one of the first MCs I heard and holds responsibility for my taste in music – and now it’s dropped… man… Some type of feeling.

The thing about Kenn Starr is that he holds five stars in every attribute you could want in an MC: silky flow, smooth voice, intelligent lyrics, wordplay, substance without an imposing degree..

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Black Milk – If There’s A Hell Below

Black Milk has staked a claim for album of the year with If There’s A Hell Below. The Detroit native, a criss-cross between a producer and MC, has been continually progressive with each of his releases – a sign of ingenuity – and his rhymes have risen to a level that, with a delicate irony, means his production now truly stands beyond most artists today. There’s so much soul in the beats, an exquisite groove exhibited by each one, that means If There’s A Hell Below – an obvious reference to Curtis Mayfield – is going to be one of those..

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Black Milk – What It’s Worth

I need not introduce this fella but if you have been sleeping on his music, it’s high time you wake up. Black Milk‘s latest cut What Is Worth is a mellow, soul searching head nodder. Blending soulful backdrops and bouncy drums, Black Milk gives the listener a view into his world as he questions certain actions in life.

 We definitely need more Black Milk up in this!!!

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12 Great Albums That We Didn’t Review This Year

This year was another where great music was produced in excess of the limited listening hours at hand so, in this year-end list of sorts, Word Is Bond’s review team (DJ AFOS, Matticus Finch, Hardeep and Paddy) catch-up on the great albums they didn’t get around to reviewing.

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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.

Tune in and get with the program.

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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..

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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..

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