Oct 27, 2012; Detroit, MI, USA; A general view of the Detroit Tigers logo on a merry-go-round before game three of the 2012 World Series against the San Francisco Giants at Comerica Park. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Listen to Black Milk’s “No Poison No Paradise” album stream (link)


When it comes to hip hop artists that both produce and rap, it is hard to name anyone current more talented than Detroit’s Black Milk. Pitchfork is providing a free stream of his album No Poison No Paradise, so make sure to head over and take a listen.

An official video for the songs “Sunday’s Best” and “Monday’s Worst” has also been released:

Really, I don’t know what to tell you if the words “new Black Milk album” don’t excite you. Perhaps you should head to an ENT specialist to make sure your ears are functioning properly? Black Milk is one of the most consistent hip hop artists of the last decade, and No Poison No Paradise sounds like it’ll be another excellent project. His production has always been stellar, and his rapping has improved on each album. If you need some music to test out the new speakers in your car or home with, you really can’t do a whole lot better than Black Milk.