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Let’s Talk About Black Milk
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Black Milk, not to be confused with the Milkshake and Dessert Bar or the Clothing brand of the same name, is a Detroit-based Hip Hop producer and rapper. 

I first discovered the 36 year old when I heard his album "Sound of the City" around 2010. I later realised he was the producer behind Slum Village's "Reunion"... Fast forward 7 years and Black Milk dropped the Mass Appeal-backed album, Fever with the main single, "Could It Be" becoming arguably the soundtrack to my 2018. 

Dubbed one of Hip Hop's young sensations in the early 2000's, he's now regarded as a trusted virtuoso with a uniquely well-rounded pedigree.

For more information, check out his website and his Instagram.

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Tracks

  • Applause - Black Milk
  • Watch Em - Black Milk feat. Que D & Fat Ray
  • Cold Day - Black Milk
  • Losing Out - Black Milk feat. Royce da 5'9
  • Sunday's Best - Black Milk
  • Monday's Worst - Black Milk

Samples

  • The Promise of God - The Voices of Tabernacle
  • Never Too Late - Nat Turner Rebellion
  • For You - Barbara & Ernie
  • Night On Bald Mountain - Bob James
  • All Your Goodies Are Gone - The Dells
  • Let's Talk About Me - The Alan Parsons Project

Samples

  • The Promise of God - The Voices of Tabernacle
  • Never Too Late - Nat Turner Rebellion
  • For You - Barbara & Ernie
  • Night On Bald Mountain - Bob James
  • All Your Goodies Are Gone - The Dells
  • Let's Talk About Me - The Alan Parsons Project

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