Black Milk Put Out One Of The Best Albums Of The Year. Here’s A Reminder (Video)
Black Milk is embarking on his Fever Tour and to keep the momentum going while he’s out hyping up crowds, he released the video for “Could It Be” from his latest (and celebrated) album Fever.
Directed by the Detroit native himself, with assistance from Gerard Victor, the visual portrays three friends making their way to a party. It’s the homie who isn’t in the video though that assumes most of the attention. He’s passed away, but still watches over his guys. Milk also raps about the fine line between being a mortal and a spirit.
“Look past the moment and try to find your last opponent / Try’na find the answer, before this life flashes past ya’ / Blink of an eye go ghost like a phantom / I rather image the whole block poppin,’ corpse toastin’ glasses / More life, no ashes to ashes, live life faster with no crashes.”
Speaking of that tour, Black Milk is just about to begin it. Starting on the West Coast in San Diego on June 13, he’ll be hitting dates across the United States until the tour will appropriately finish up in Detroit in early August. After the tour, Milk told XXL that he’ll be working on his next project in Africa.
Black Milk released Fever back in February. The 12-track Computer Ugly/Mass Appeal Records LP is the follow-up to his 2014 album If There’s a Hell Below and showcases features from Ab, Dwele, and Sudie. Previously, he released “True Lies,” another single from the album.