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 records you’ll be able to replay over and over.

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