Black Milk Interview w/ NPR [Stream]


Back in October, Detroit’s Black Milk released his sixth solo album, called “If There’s A Hell Below“. He came to New York and spoke with Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Frannie Kelley about trying to impress J Dilla, transforming his music for live shows and always improving. “Each song, I want it to have a purpose,” he says. “I feel like I’m making some of the best music. I know it’s certain details that I’m looking at, that I know I’ve grown in, that most people won’t even hear.”

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