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Black Milk, “Sunday’s Best/Monday’s Worst”

In the first part, Black Milk find religion, and in the second part, he loses it. The ​Detroit rapper/producer is back with a more soulful, live instrumental sound in a new project on Fat Beats Records called No Poison No Paradise.

posted: October 7th, 2013, 1:34am



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Black Milk goes on tour with live band, J.Pinder and a.Dd+

Also touring will be Black Milk, backed with live band Nat Turner, who will headline the Claps and Slaps tour. Opening are up-and-comers, Seattle’s J.Pinder… Read

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Locksmith feat. Rebecca Nobel, “Who I Am”

​Lock takes in the headlands for a more serene locale to reminisce on a life so far. Off of his latest A Thousand Cuts. Watch

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Yancey Boys feat. Eric Roberson, “Lovin U”

​With sweetly sung vocals from Eric Roberson, Illa J and Frank Nitt resurrect another one of J Dilla’s entombed beats for something that sounds like… Watch

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Gallery: Juicy J plays host to the wildest party of the night

​Juicy J came to San Francisco last night and played host to what was probably the wildest party in the city that night. Read

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Moe Green, “Change My Life”

Vallejo’s Moe Green uplifting self-help over a K.Roosevelt sample might be cloud rap at its most positive and encouraging, but it also harkens back further to… Watch

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Los Rakas, “Sueño Americano”

​Rich and Dun go beyond just Latin American sounds and vibes to addressing the plights of the Latin American diaspora in America. Latest from the… Watch