While in the studio working on an upcoming Sean Price/Guilty Simpson album, Black Milk discusses EQ, filters, drums and chopping popular samples to disguise them. Sean Price also explains the concept of rappety rap and his hatred of composition books.
After spending another 9 hours in the corporate cubicle farm returning frantic voice messages and replying to panicked emails, I was able to peel myself off the adjustable generic office chair and slink past the security desk to sweet freedom. Immediately upon liberation I pulled out my IPod, started rocking Black Milk’s August ’05 Beat … Read more
I’ve been seeing this cat around for a while now, but I must admit that I haven’t really taken the time to listen to hear what he was doing. Damn that was a big mistake! Black Milk is bringing production heat like I haven’t heard in a long while. His style reminds me of J … Read more