black milk - album of the year - fat beats - cd

FB 5132CD - 56444 - uscd - €16.50

Genre: Hip Hop

1 365
2 Welcome (Gotta Go)
3 Keep Going
4 Oh Girl ft. Ab
5 Deadly Medley ft. Royce da 59 and Elzhi
6 Distortion ft. Melanie Rutherford
7 Over Again ft. Monica Blaire
8 Round of Applause
9 Black and Brown (feat Danny Brown)
10 Warning
11 Gospel Psychedelic Rock
12 Closed Chapter ft. Denaun Porter




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Black Milk has stayed relevant by remaining focused on creating music that endures. He’s achieved recognition from fans, critics, and his peers as one of the best producers around, and when coupling that talent with his sharp lyricism and stylish delivery as an emcee, Black has proven to be one of the most vital hip hop artists of his generation.

His previous album 'Tronic' showcased a growth in production technique that few expected from a beatmaker best-known for chopping samples, as his signature drums were now peppered with live instrumentation and richer arrangements.

Far from a melancholic work, Album of the Year once again sees Black Milk working to break new ground in hip hop production. While continuing to construct the skeletons of the tracks on his same trusted AKAI MPC-2000 XL that he’s been using for years, he now employs a team of studio musicians and session players to add new layers of fat and muscle to his songs, with most of the players’ parts composed by the artist himself.
A broad range of influence shines through in the tracks, with tinges of rock, reggae, and afrobeat joining his trademark hip hop bangers.

Other than the heavy contributions from both members of his live band (vocalist/keyboardist AB and drummer Daru Jones), the album exclusively features players and vocalists from his hometown of Detroit, including vocalist Melanie Rutherford, bassist Tim Shellaberger, D12 member, Eminem producer and member of Dr.Dre's producer staff , Mr.Porter and the versatile horn player and string arranger Sam Beaubien (who arranged horns and strings on Mayer Hawthorne’s A Strange Arrangement). The few guest raps are provided by Royce Da 5’9” (Slaughterhouse), Elzhi (Slum Village), and newcomer Danny Brown.