Black Milk

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28Hundred caught up with Detroit hip-hop artist Black Milk at creative art space Freecandy in Brooklyn, to discuss his new album If There’s A Hell Below, his self-sufficiency as a musician (including a comparison to DJ Quik, made by yours truly the interviewer), his approach to beat making, and his relationships within the Seattle hip-hop scene.

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