Watch Black Milk's "What It's Worth" video.
Today marks the release of Black Milk's fifth solo album, titled If There's A Hell Below in reference to Curtis Mayfield's track "(Don't Worry) If There's A Hell Below We're All Going To Go." Along with the official album release, today also heralds a new video from the Detroit producer/rapper, specifically one for album cut "What It's Worth."
Shot entirely with Black Milk seated in a chair, his profile illuminated by red and blue lights, as well as intermittent strobes and smoke machines. The minimal approach gels well with the soul-baring track, which is driven by a soul sample and even features some rare singing from Black Milk.
Stream If There's A Hell Below here.