• New Music: Cannibal Ox – “Blade: The Art of Ox” feat. Artifacts & U-God (Prod. Black Milk)

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    Cannibal Ox’ highly-anticipated followup to their 2001 underground hip-hop classic The Cold VeinBlade of the Ronin is set to finally drop March 3rd via iHipHop (which you may preorder now courtesy of iTunes here) and with the rap duo already having shared “Iron Rose” and “Harlem Knights” they are now sharing the Artifacts and U-God featured cut “Blade: The Art of Ox” produced by none other than the great Black Milk. You may listen that after the jump. And if you’re in the city March 2nd be sure to come through to Cannibal Ox’ Blade of the Ronin album release party at Webster Hall with Freeway, G-Jet, and very special guests. You don’t wanna miss out!

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    Black Milk – The Kraft

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    Producer/rapper Black Milk is back with this new joint, check out what he has to say about it:

    It’s rare for me to give people a listen or a glimpse into what I’m working on when it’s still in its experimental stages, but recently Upendo & I have been bouncing music and art illustration ideas back & forth and decided to post some of these rough drafts online. We call this piece “The Kraft.” – Black Milk (www.computerugly.com)

     
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    Black Milk – Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst

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    Black Milk makes his 2013 comeback with some dope new music. Check out his first release, the double-single “Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst,” which is also a taste of his brand new solo album dropping this Summer.

    Songs are available for purchase now on blackmilk.biz/shop and via iTunes on Tuesday, March 19.

     

  • Black Milk

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    There was a time when Black Milk was coming up that fans still doubted his ability. At the beginning, there was only a handful of critics that really saw the Detroit producer/MC’s potential. After the release of his indie debut Popular Demand, any skeptics and fans not paying attention quickly began to take note, as Black Milk proved that he was not only adept at creating soulful bangers but that he could also drop some jewels over said bangers.

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