The duo of Guilty Simpson and MED are backed by the always exceptional production of Black Milk on “Face Down.” From the duo’s forthcoming project titled Loyalty.
Black Milk provides an visual critique on how social media affects us all in the video for “Laugh Now, Cry Later.”
Detroit emcee and producer Black Milk will be back on the scene with Fever dropping later this month and drops off the song “True Lies” is advance of the album’s release.
“On the song, I talk about how traditions and institutions are used to keep people from questioning the world around them and from demanding more for themselves,” Black Milk says. “When I made the track, I envisioned a world full of zombies being told what to believe. Only a few come to realize most of what they’ve been taught about and within the institutions around them are lies to impede both personal and collective progress.”
Oh my goodness this is filthy. Your Old Droog, Styles P and Joey Bada$$ connect over a gutter Black Milk production for “Just Rhymin.”
Slum Village (Young RJ & T3) returns with their eighth album Yes! Before the album drops on June 16 you can get a full listen (or two, or three) in. Featuring the likes of De La Soul, Black Milk, Bilal and the production of the late J Dilla on eight (!) songs, it’s certainly worth the spin. Cop it on iTunes.
We know what you’re thinking: “Another DJ EFN song?” Yes, another DJ EFN song and, once again, it’s dope. This time Ras Kass, Cory Gunz, Black Milk and Black Collar are the hired guns for “We Earned It.”