For the latest video from Black Milk's upcoming "No Poison, No Paradise" the Detroit artist takes it back to bacis with chopped up beautiful soul loops rather than the experimental stuff he's been giving us for the last few years. The video actually contains excerpts from two related joints from the LP, "Sunday's Best" / "Monday's Worth" and at least for me my expectations just went through the roof. Especially since "No Poison..." also sports guest apperances from Black Thought, Robert Glasper and features the meditative soul chilling "Perfected on Puritan Ave" (which Closes with an equally brilliant free jazz exercise). The 2xLP set will be out on Fat Beats and digital on Itunes on October 15, and will most likely be the first Black Milk album I cop since "Tronic".
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