Black Milk has been dropping off a couple singles teasing fans for his anticipated album Fever that's finally arrived today. Debuting as his first full release since 2014's There’s a Hell Below, listening off the top Black has come a long way musically, lyrically and sonically.
The 12-track tape only has three features and hears the Detroit rapper experimenting with lots of different instruments and sounds that perfectly project his smooth sounding raps. Each song after the last brings you on a listening adventure, curious as to what Black has to say.
The 34-year-old recently spoke on the track "Laugh Now Cry Later" where he said it's one of Fever's darkest cuts. "It’s easily one of the darkest songs on the album and represents the shift from my original intentions to make a 'happy' album to letting the darker sounds flow out of me," he told XXL.
"On this one, I touch on a number of topics presented on social media, such as being woke/fake woke, cultural appropriation, police brutality, and men ignorantly giving their two cents on women’s issues. I also address the social media rollercoaster that takes us from outrage to comedy within seconds."
Let us know what you think of the new tape.