Black Milk Looks At Risk-Rewards With For What It’s Worth (Audio)

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Despite chart success, major label placements, and a celebrated catalog, Black Milk is still an underdog—especially in his native Detroit. On “For What It’s Worth,” B.M. looks at the disdain from haters and misunderstanders, and why great art doesn’t necessarily equate to big ends. Self-produced, dreamy, and brutally honest…this is fresh.

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