Black Milk’s Sound Can Never Sit Still For Long. Check His Latest (Audio)

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Black Milk slammed 2014 with not one, but two acclaimed albums. If There’s A Hell Below is still very much a new release in heavy rotation. However, the Detroit, Michigan multi-threat cannot not make music. “I Guess” is some hear-and-now raps that reflect on Black’s accomplishments, his attitudes about performing, recording, and living his dream.

Heads will hear a slightly adapted sound than they may be used to from the onetime Slum Village sonic source. With less silence and more hi-hats than typical, is this the latest progression from the never stagnant sound machine?

Starting tomorrow (March 19), Black Milk hits the road with Fashawn and a series of major draws including Yasiin Bey (a/k/a Mos Def) and Latyrx’s Lyrics Born. The Play Like Hell Tour sounds like no joke:

3/19 Dallas at Three Links
3/20 Austin at SXSW
3/22 New Orleans at Gasa Gasa
3/23 Atlanta at The Basement
3/24 Charlotte at Snug Harbor
3/25 Asheville at Asheville Music Hall
3/26 Little Rock at Stickyz
3/28 Boise at Knitting Factory (Treefort Music Fest)
3/30 Denver at Cervantes’ Other Side*
4/01 Phoenix at Monarch Theatre
4/03 Las Vegas at Beauty Bar
4/04 Fresno at Catacomb Party
4/09 Albuquerque at El Rey Theater**
4/10 Los Angeles at Los Globos
4/11 San Francisco at Brick & Mortar Music Hall
4/12 Sacramento at Harlow’s
4/14 Salt Lake City at Urban Lounge
4/16 Portland at Alhambra Theatre (Soul’d Out Music Festival)***
4/18 Detroit at Hello Records^
6/16 Washington, DC at Rock & Roll Hotel
6/17 Philadelphia at Johnny Brenda’s
6/18 New York at The Studio at Webster Hall
6/19 Boston at Church of Boston^
6/20 Detroit at TBA
6/21 Chicago at TBA
6/22 Minneapolis at 7th St Entry
6/24 Missoula at Urban Lounge
6/25 Calgary at TBA
6/27 Vancouver at Fortune Sound Club
6/28 Seattle at TBA
* with Fashawn
** with Mos Def
*** with Lyrics Born
^ Black Milk Solo Beat Set

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