Hope that you’re getting ready for Black Milk’s October 28th release of Tronic. This one is gonna be special… Download: Black Milk – The Matrix f. Pharoah Monch, Sean Price, DJ Premier
We previously saw footage of Black Milk recording "Give The Drummer Sum" and now can hear the final version of the single from his upcoming October 20th release entitled Tronic. Black Milk – Give The Drummer Sum [via 2db]
Detroit native Black Milk shows us that not everything is a sample. [via MHH]
Over on his MySpace blog Black Milk just dropped a collection of exclusive instrumental joints. Some interesting experimentation with Prince is going on with this… Words from the MPC master himself: PUT THE TRACKS IN ORDER FROM 1-11 BEFORE LISTNING!!!! Listen to the end of each track to find out what the chop is (shhhhh … Read more
Respect to Eskay for delivering the goods… Black Milk is featured as the Hip-Hop Official Artist of The Week while he discusses his personal style along with the general Detroit Hip Hop sound.
Black Milk is another producer that we wholehearted support around here. Luckily he just announced via MySpace the tracklist for his latest album Tronic along with the October 28th release date on Fat Beats. Tronic Tracklist: 1. Long Story Short ft. Dwele 2. Bounce 3. Give the Drummer Sum 4. Without U ft. Colin Munroe … Read more
Insomniac Magazine, one of the unsung heroes of underground Hip-Hop and college radio, offers up an entertaining interview with Detroit producer Black Milk. There’s a great recap of Milk’s career and early projects as one half of B.R. Gunna, the meaning behind his name, and even a little game of word association. Check The Interview
What can I say, today was a good day. After much internal debate and reshaping my philosophy of paying for something that should be free, I finally pulled the trigger and copped a Sirius satellite radio receiver this afternoon. It took a little while, but once I fully got past the concept of paying for … Read more
Black Milk talks about the foundation of his sound and the upcoming Sean Price/Guilty Simpson project. Notice how the interviewer slips up and make the comment that Black Milk is bringing back the New York sound!
Interview by Maze of Diggers Spot During the last years, producer Black Milk representin’ Detroit turned out to be an insider due to his unique production style and sound. While other producers focused on synthesizer sounds and recycling of used-a-hundred-times-before loops, Black Milk was still getting his fingers dusty while diggin in the crates, always … Read more