Black Milk Plays An Hour-Long Set Of His Futuristic Funk (Video)

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Boiler Room DJ sets are great opportunities to test versatile artists in new mediums. Whether Madlib, Pete Rock, or Erykah Badu, all are capable of traditional sets that include bands, microphones, and LCD screens.

This medium allows producers in particular to sequence their own productions and projects into a concert, without depending on the guests or fear of under-delivering from their post at the controls. Black Milk is the perfect artist to speak to this point.

Over the course of an hour, Black Milk plays a host of tracks from his onslaught of projects spanning the last dozen years. The sequence is seamless, ranging from the Detroit, Michigan producer/MC’s Hip-Hop to his Electronic jams to his more spacial Jazz.

Boiler Room’s light and setting add to the atmosphere of this colorful mix, that comes in HQ audio for your own party-to-go…

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