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If There's a Hell Below

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Everyday Was (feat. Mel)
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What It's Worth
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Leave the Bones Behind (feat. Blu & Ab)
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Quarter Water (feat. Pete Rock)
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Hell Below (feat. Gene Obey)
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Detroit's New Dance Show
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Story and Her
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All Mighty
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Scum (feat. Random Axe)
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Gold Piece (feat. Bun B)
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Grey for Summer
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Up & Out
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 53:28

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Mosi Reeves

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10.28.14
Bringing more twists on Detroit funk
2014 | Label: Computer Ugly / CD Baby

“If I have one fan rate me highly/ I could never feel underrated,” Black Milk raps in his slightly stilted Midwestern accent on “What It’s Worth.” It’s one of many albatrosses the Detroit musician — no, really, he plays live drums and keyboards — has carried throughout his career. Another well-worn claim is that he’s a far better producer than rapper, but even his late mentor J Dilla was better at turning a… read more »

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Interview: Black Milk

By Christina Lee, Contributor

The video for Black Milk's new single "Sunday's Best/Monday's Worst" opens on a small brick house in Detroit. The camera slowly tracks inside to discover a sleeping boy, about to be unhappily awoken for church. The house, as it turns out, is the one Black Milk grew up in, and the video is an exact recreation of a familiar routine from the rapper/producer's childhood. The song's thesis statement comes from an old gospel record: "It's… more »