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Gearing up for the April 20th release of his instumental album Synth or Soul, emcee Black Milk drops another two part mash-up track titled “Computer … Continue reading »

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[Hip-Hop] Black Milk – Sunday’s Best/ Monday’s Worst

Black Milk
Sunday's Best / Monday's Worst

It has been some time since we have heard some new solo heat from Detroit emcee Black Milk. Breaking his silence today, he drops a new lead single titled “Sunday’s Best, Monday’s Worst”. It has been almost 3 years since Milk’s last solo effort Album of the Year and with his latest track, he takes listeners to church. JDilla‘s disciple combines two songs as one continuous piece of dope music. The first part “Sunday’s best” is a gospel-laced with an underground appeal and the second part “Monday’s Best” brings the reverse, soulful tune that tells a sombre story.

It is a great listen for most hip-hop heads and really shows Milk’s lyrical prowess on the mic. Definitely worth a listen below and are available for download on iTunes now. Both tracks will be featured on Milk’s uncoming untitled new solo album dropping later this summer.

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[Rap] A.Dd+ – Insomniac Dreaming and Can’t Come Down

A.Dd+ (spoken “Aye-dee-dee,” with the plus sign silent) are Paris Pershun and Slim Gravy, a rap duo out of Dallas, Texas. Their sound is promising for hip hop, as their lyrics have substance and their flow is remarkable. “Insomniac Dreaming” was produced by Black Milk, and “Can’t Come Down” features a screwed and chopped sample of Britney’s “Toxic”. Enjoy!

A.Dd+ – Insomniac Dreaming


A.Dd+ – Can’t Come Down


[via SkeetBeatz]

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[Hip/Hop] Miles Jones – Runaway Jones

Miles Jones’ record ‘Runaway Jones’ is a glorious album of contrast, best shown on highlight tracks ‘No More’ and ‘Never Too Late’. Top-notch production (from Shekem and Black Milk, no less) aside, these songs are notable for their dexterity and beauty. Jazz piano and soft female vocals from Marinda kick off ‘No More’ and give Jones a real chance to shine – and he does. His lyrics of love and pain are among some of the greatest emotional raps we’ve heard in a while. ‘Never Too Late’ carries on with bluesy trumpets and is a kick-ass hit of lyrical skills and rhythm. ‘Runaway Jones’ is an album no hip-hop fan should be without.

Miles Jones – No More (ft Marinda, Produced by Shekem)


Miles Jones – Never Too Late (Produced by Black Milk)


Via This Bonus Track

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