Black Milk Gives Herb Alpert A Hit Of Tronic For Rhythm Roulette Challenge (Video)

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Black Milk is on a roll. Fresh off of some major acclaim for 2013’s No Poison No Paradise, the Detroit beat-master launched into 2014 with a fresh, low-key release in Glitches In The Break. The Random Axe member, who’s made full albums in his career with Slum Village, Danny Brown, Elzhi and others, recently accepted Mass Appeal’s Rhythm Roulette challenge.

From his Album Of The Year days, B.M. is Decon/Mass Appeal family. He hits a local record store and blindly (literally) selects some budget-plates from the crates, including the artist so many Heads know from their parents/grandparents record stash: Herb Alpert. It’s certainly not easy, as Black runs through the purchases.

However, what does the artist who’s given Pharoahe Monch, Guilty Simpson, and so many others joints come up with? Just watch…

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