Black Milk – Sunday’s Best / Monday’s Worst (Video)

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Black Milk’s stellar storytelling cut gets a visual narrative. The cut is about preferring self-gratification over church on Sunday mornings, and then the greater consequences to Evil vs. Good. What makes this such an amazing cut is B.M.’s on-the-spot remix, making a song into two, and yet keeping the sampling constant (think M.O.P.’s “Face Off 2K”). While his last solo was outright called Album Of The Year, Milk’s No Poison No Paradise will hit fans on October 15—and just as he did with Tronic in 2008, the Detroit MC/producer can challenge the status quo.

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