Black Milk Takes it Back to the Future with Detroit’s New Dance Show (Audio)

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Electro Funk pioneers like Kraftwerk were way ahead of their time. Their futuristic sounds in the 80’s were the soundtracks for many B-Boys and B-girls, including Turbo’s iconic Broom Dance scene. They’ve inspired Hip-Hop artists from Afrika Bambaataa to Kanye West. Black Milk is the latest to pay homage to that sound and era. On “Detroit’s New Dance Show,” he serves up some dope rhyming over some retro-cool electro synths. The song title is an ode to an old Detroit dance show of the same name which featured the freshest dances from back in the day. Check out the song and a clip from the show below.

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