James Dewitt Yancey, AKA Jay Dee, AKA J Dilla would have turned 41 today.
One of the most influential producers of modern hip-hop and soul, he was a musical genius, inspiring artists in all genres of music with his ability to make the most perfect beats.
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”.
Detroit's Black Milk is coming back to the scene with his sixth studio album If There's A Hell Below. The release follows last year's critically acclaimed No Poison No Paradise, which included guest appearances from the likes of Black Thought and Dwele among others.
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.
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."
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.
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.
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.
Detroit, Michigan producer / emcee Black Milk is offering a stream of his new self-produced Glitches In The Break EP a day before it's official release. The project consists of nine previously unreleased tracks and features guest appearances from fellow Motor City spitters Guilty Simpson and Fat Ray.
Underrated Audio aims to provide you with some dope looks from the last seven days, that flew under most peoples' radars. While they may have received front-page placement on HNHH, they didn't get as many views as they deserve, so we shine a little more light on them right here.