A little while back, news broke of an upcoming collaboration between MED and Guilty Simpson. At the time those words were all he had, but last week saw the release of the first track from the project. Face Down is produced by Black Milk and features the sort of rugged approach you would expect from the two MCs. Loyalty is due out on 16 March, with pre-orders available now. Continue reading “MED & Guilty Simpson: Face Down”
Black Milk recently released his new album, Fever, which boasts a number of politically charged and socially aware tracks, including Laugh Now Cry Later. The track deals with the impact of social media on our lives, including how much some people change based on their online persona. The video, directed by Gerard Victor, shows social media users in sometimes grotesque trance-like states, accompanied by excerpts from online chats. You can watch the video above and the album is available to stream below. Continue reading “Black Milk: Laugh Now Cry Later (Video) + Album Stream”
New project looming from MED & Guilty Simpson as they join forces for the Loyalty EP. The pair first united on J Dilla’s Jungle Love back in 2006 and after a few more collaborations along the way, they have now decided to bring forth a full project. Production will be handled by Black Milk, MNDSGN, Exile and Preme, with guest spots from Blu, J Mitchell and Joyce Wrice. No tracks have been released yet, but you can pre-order the EP now over on Bandcamp.
The Ratking rapper is back with a new video. Progress sees Wiki let loose his distinctive flow over a Black Milk banger.
Surprise collaboration from Wiki and Your Old Droog, as they release the What Happened to Fire? EP. Featuring some dope verses from the two MCs, as well as production from the likes of Black Milk, Statik Selektah and Illmind, it’s a strong release all round. It appeared online yesterday and is available to download for free over on the Letter Racer site. You can also stream it below. Continue reading “Wiki X Your Old Droog: What Happened to Fire?”
Nnew music from one of Detroit’s finest sons, as Black Milk drops another one off track, The Fix. It’s on a free download too, so cop that while you can.
Black Milk started the year by dropping an exclusive track and now he returns with another one, which is as on point as ever. For 4ever follows on the heels of Like I Need It, but as yet we don’t know if this is building up to a full release or just a few drips to quench our thirst. Enjoy anyway.