Black Milk Interview

A few weeks ago I had the good fortune to speak with Detroit producer/MC Black Milk who spoke to me on the phone before embarking on the US leg of his tour with the Nat Turner live band.   

You can now read the interview here, where Black Milk talks at length about how basically now 'there are no rules' in terms of production and how with his two most recent records he feels that he has found his voice as an artist.

The article focusses in on three tracks from If there's a hell below: 'All Mighty'

'What it's Worth' and 'Grey for Summer' to touch on a range of themes, spanning the psychological impact of repetition in his music; the influence of Detroit's techno scene and his abiding love for Marvin Gaye and other 70s greats, such as Parliament, Funkadelic, Sly and the Family Stone.