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Acclaimed Detroit-born producer/rapper Black Milk announces FEVER, a politically charged collection of genre-bending hip hop, releasing via Mass Appeal Records on 2/23. The album features vocals from Dwele, Aaron “Ab” Abernathy, Sudie and contributions from all-star musicians Chris “Daddy” Dave, Daru Jones, Malik Hunter, Ian Fink and Sasha Kashperko. Black Milk shares his lead single “Laugh Now Cry Later”, which examines the mental and emotional tug of war within social media.
Fresh off the plate… it’s the newness baby!!! Lots of bangers here so enjoy and share if u care!
26 – Feb 2018
Mach-Hommy – Riviera Ralph feat. Meyhem Lauren (beats by Sadhu Gold)
Crooked I – City Lights
WuTang – Pearl Harbor (feat. Ghostface Killah, Method Man, RZA and Sean Price)
MC Eiht – Gangsta Gangsta (feat. Kurupt)
Talib Kweli – Chips (feat. Waka Flocka Flame)
WestsideDOOM – 2 Stings Produced By The Alchemist
Big K.R.I.T – Mixed_Messages
Rapsody – Power (feat. Kendrick Lamar & Lance Skiiiwalker)
Statik Selektah – The Curve (feat. Westside Gunn, Conway, Your Old Droog & Termanology)
Sean P – Clans & Cliks (feat. Smif N Wessun, Rock, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck & Foul Monday)
King Los – Everybody’s A Bitch (feat. Hopsin & Royce 59)
Dude is/was a snake…. even Puffy beat that ass lol
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