Black Milk Songs

  • The Hierophant
    The Hierophant
    His college days far behind him, Asher Roth has recently taken to exploring more esoteric, experimental territory with his music. Yesterday he dropped off "The Hierophant," the second installment of his #hashwednesdays series after "Oren's Not Sure." 
  • I Guess
    I Guess
    Black Milk dropped his If There's A Hell Below LP last October, but with a tour on the way, he's decided to treat us to a brand new record today. The first show kicks off tonight in Dallas, and it will find the rapper backed by a live band. It'll be pretty cool to see the Detroit producer's sample loops recreated with live instrumentation, and "I Guess" fits into that category as well.
  • Blade: Art Of Ox
    Blade: Art Of Ox
    While the announcement that Cannibal Ox would finally release their sophomore album in 2015 was nothing short of thrilling, the fact that El-P would not be behind the boards was a bit worrying. The 2000 classic, The Cold Vein, was acclaimed as much for it's icy production as it was for the duo's wordy flows, so a follow up without that album's sole producer seemed inconceivable. 
  • Detroit Vs. Everybody (Remix)
    Detroit Vs. Everybody (Remix)
    This is a dope look. After Eminem and Shady Records put out the "Detroit Vs. Everybody" record featuring the city's highest-profile rappers, now the label has shared an official remix that gives under-appreciated rappers the spotlight. Helmed by Trick Trick, the new remix features Dej Loaf (who gets a verse of her own this time), Guilty Simpson, Black Milk, Sino, Marv Won, Payroll, Hydro, Boldy James, Big Gov, Kid Vishis, Big Herk, Icewear Vezzo, Detroit Che, Calicoe & Diezel the Hitman.
  • Scum
    Scum
    After hitting us with the Bun B-featured track “Gold Piece” last month, Black Milk decides to return tonight with another new treat for the fans. This time around the Detroit rapper calls on Random Axe members Sean Price and Guilty Simpson for this new collaboration “Scum”.
  • Gold Piece
    Gold Piece
    Black Milk is readying his new album, If There's A Hell Below, for release on October 28th. The pre-order is already available, and with that we've received a new collaboration from the Detroit spitter with a dope verse from Southern OG Bun B. "Gold Piece" has those oh so soulful vibes, and in case the storyline wasn't clear enough Black has offered a breakdown:
  • Now Or Never
    Now Or Never
    Converse has been able to put together some dope collabos every now and then, and today they connect Detroit's own Black Milk with Toronto-based jazz trio BADBADNOTGOOD for a new record "Now Or Never." "Now Or Never" serves as the first single off Converse's upcoming compilation CONS EP Vol. 2. The new CONS EP is slated to arrive in the Fall, as they get more artists to collab at their Converse Rubber Tracks studio in Brooklyn, New York. Free download of this track is available.
  • Detroit's New Dance Show
    Detroit's New Dance Show
    After releasing his Glitches In The Break EP a few months ago, Detroit producer and rapper Black Milk is already working on his next album If There’s A Hell Below, for later this year. A couple weeks ago we heard the project’s first single with “What Its Worth”, and today the Detroit rapper has shared his second offering “Detroit’s New Dance Show”.
  • What Its Worth
    What Its Worth
    After giving us his Glitches In The Break EP a few months ago, Detroit producer and rapper Black Milk has been relatively quiet. We did hear a Skyzoo track which saw some original production from Black Milk, but as for records, there’s been nothing until today.
  • All In Together
    All In Together
    Next week, Skyzoo and Torae will release their joint project Barrel Brothers. With contributions from DJ Premier, !llmind, Jahlil Beats, Black Milk, Sean Price, Blu, Guilty Simpson, Oh No and more, it's sure to be a great listen. Today, we got one of the more feature-heavy cuts on the album, "All In Together." Take a listen to the Black Milk-produced, Sean Price and Guilty Simpson-featuring track below. 
  • We On The Go
    We On The Go
    Slum Village are here to provide you with some good feelings on their new single "We on the Go." T3, Baatin and RJ connect with Black Milk and Frank Nitt for the track, with production from Black Milk as well.
  • Cold Day
    Cold Day
    Coming fresh off the release of his new album No Poison No Paradise, Detroit rapper/producer Black Milk decides to dig into his vault and release a new track for the fans. His newest offering is titled “Cold Day”, and serves as the first single from his forthcoming EP Glitches In The Break.
  • Inner Demons
    Inner Demons
    Detroit emcee/producer Black Milk has joined forces with elusive singer/songwriter Mél for a soulful new EP titled "Burning Stones". Some of you may recognize her voice from Milk's "Interpret Sabotage", the opening track on his new No Poison, No Paradise album. The chemistry here is simply dope. Enjoy.  (Cop "Burning Stones" here.)  Quotable Lyrics
  • Coke Rap War Game
    Coke Rap War Game
    Stream Coke Rap War Game , the newest drop from Quelle Chris which features Black Milk & Denmark Vessey. The cut was released on Saturday, November 9th, 2013. Quelle Chris continues to impress with each new leak, and Coke Rap War Game is no exception. It's strengthens Quelle Chris's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Quelle Chris's next offering. Check out Quelle Chris's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
  • Puddles
    Puddles
    Listen to Puddles , the latest track from Black Milk, featuring AKUA. The cut dropped on Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013. Black Milk's future brightens with every new release, and Puddles certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Black Milk has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more. Have you heard Black Milk's Cold Day? Check out Black Milk's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
  • Poison
    Poison
    Check out Poison, the latest from Black Milk. The track was released on Saturday, October 19th, 2013. Black Milk's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Poison is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Black Milk has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move.
  • Dismal
    Dismal
    Stream Dismal, the newest drop from Black Milk. The cut was released on Monday, September 23rd, 2013. Black Milk continues to impress with each new leak, and Dismal is no exception. It's strengthens Black Milk's already impressive body of work, which has seen positive change over the years. We're most definitely anticipating Black Milk's next offering. Check out Black Milk on Poison. If your interest is piqued, hit up Black Milk's profile for more info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
  • Perfected On Puritan Ave
    Perfected On Puritan Ave
    Listen to Perfected On Puritan Ave, the latest track from Black Milk. The cut dropped on Tuesday, August 13th, 2013. Black Milk's future brightens with every new release, and Perfected On Puritan Ave certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Black Milk has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • The Kraft
    The Kraft
    Bump The Kraft, the latest cut from Black Milk. It was released on Thursday, July 25th, 2013. Things are improving for Black Milk with each new offering, and The Kraft is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the Black Milk's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step. Have you heard Black Milk's Perfected On Puritan Ave? If your interest is piqued, hit up Black Milk's profile for more info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
  • Computer Ugly Ugly / Why Worry
    Computer Ugly Ugly / Why Worry
    Stream Computer Ugly Ugly / Why Worry, the newest drop from Black Milk. The cut was released on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013. Things are looking better for Black Milk with each new release, which Computer Ugly Ugly / Why Worry has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Black Milk has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
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