Playing tracks by
Slum Village and Black Milk.
This show was 1st in the global beats chart, 4th in the global rap chart, 5th in the global r'n'b chart and 43rd in the global hip hop chart.
When he emerged out of Detroit’s west side in the mid-2000s, Black Milk was heralded as an exciting young producer and MC in the mold of his hero, J Dilla. As a beatmaker, the breadth of his sample-driven boom-clap effortlessly progressed into live instrumentation, fueling acclaimed pairings with Danny Brown, the band Nat Turner and the hip-hop super group Random Axe with Guilty Simpson and Sean Price. As a wordsmith, his material gradually advanced into more personal territory, touching on topical subject matter with an impressive assuredness via projects like No Poison No Paradise and Fever. A real double threat, here Black Milk discusses his creative evolution.
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