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No Poison No Paradise

Black Milk Audio CD
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As one of the most celebrated auteurs of his generation of hip-hop artists, Black Milk has conditioned fans and critics to expect the unexpected with each release. Few producers have earned the notoriety and respect he has as a musician, and when that is coupled with commanding talent as an emcee, it’s no surprise that his solo releases are met with exalted anticipation. The new ... Read more in Amazon's Black Milk Store

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  • Audio CD (14 Oct 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Fat Beats
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 97,705 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. Interpret Sabotage (feat. Mel) [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Mel 3:290.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Deion's House [Explicit]Black Milk 2:330.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. Codes and Cab Fare (feat. Black Thought) [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Black Thought 3:300.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. Ghetto Demf (Feat. Quelle Chris) [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Quelle Chris 3:200.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Sonny Jr. (Dreams) [feat. Robert Glasper & Dwele] [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Robert Glasper, Dwele 3:250.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Sunday's Best [Explicit]Black Milk 2:070.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Monday's Worst [Explicit]Black Milk 3:540.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. Perfected on Puritan Ave. [Explicit]Black Milk 3:260.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Dismal [Explicit]Black Milk 3:520.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Parallels (feat. Ab) [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Ab 3:000.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. X Chords [Explicit]Black Milk 2:110.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Black Sabbath (feat. Tone Trezure) [Explicit]Black Milk feat. Tone Trezure 4:310.99  Buy MP3 
Listen13. Money Bags (Paradise) [Explicit]Black Milk 4:310.99  Buy MP3 

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No Poison No Paradise is the upcoming fifth studio album by American rapper Black Milk. The album was primarily produced by Black Milk himself, and includes guest appearances from artists such as Mel, Ab, Dwele, Black Thought, Ouelle Chris, Tone Trezure and Robert Glasper. The album will be released October 15, 2013 on Fat Beats/Computer Ugly Records.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic 20 Mar 2014
By Niels
Format:Vinyl|Verified Purchase
Black Milk is one of the most talented producer/mc's out, and this album doesn't disappoint in anyway, another great release to his name, and definitely worth getting, even for people who aren't fans in the first place; this could very well be the project that convinces you.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice album a little disjointed 28 Jan 2014
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The album is a very stylized form of rap/jazz/hip-hop covering a broad range of themes which I think is it's downfall as an album. The flow of the album is disjointed with some more experimental tracks which I find to disrupt the flow. I find 3/4 to be particularly interesting with the rest good but not hugely engaging to me. My favorite track is Ghetto DEMF which has a great bassline, great lyrics and a lovely electronic undertone.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Nice! 8 Jan 2014
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If you've enjoyed listening to this guy develop over the last 6 odd years then grab this. If you're new to black milk pick up tronic and album of the year for a slightly more conventional introduction to his production style before diving in to this more experimental offering.

All in all a solid album. Black Sabbath is probably my favourite track.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Black Milk goes into dark territory with "No Poison No Paradise" 1 Nov 2013
By Perverted Alchemist - Published on
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Rapper/producer Black Milk is one of those people whose work behind the scenes garners more attention than his career as an artist. It all started for him when he was summoned to work on Slum Village's "Trinity: Past, Present & Future" after the departure of J Dilla. However, his work with them didn't stop there, as he would continue his working relationship with them on their third album "Detroit Deli: A Taste Of Detroit". He then would record his debut "Sound Of The City", which was followed by his sophomore effort "Popular Demand". However, things would change for him as he released the progressive rock inspired album "Tronic". It was the album that brought him more recognition and more work with other artists. By the time he went touring for the project, a series of personal tragedies threatened to derail his career. In 2010, he went into detail about his ordeals on the live instrument oriented "Album Of The Year". While Black Milk isn't known for making the same album twice, he decided to switch things up yet again.

In Fall 2013, he released his fifth studio album- the concept driven "No Poison No Paradise". The album is centered around a young man's survival on the rough streets of Detroit, Michigan. He reunites with a couple of past collaborators, such as singer Melanie Rutherford on the opening track "Interpret Sabotage" as well as keyboardist/singer Aaron "Ab" Abernathy on seduction themed "Parallels". However, joining him on other songs are more familiar names such as The Roots frontman Black Thought on "Codes & Cab Fare", while jazz pianist Robert Glasper and Dwele appear on the instrumental "Sonny Jr. (Dreams)". On the song "Deion's House", he talks of trying to get a friend out of the house, much to his mother's disapproval. Mello Music Group recording artist Quelle Chris appears on the synth heavy "Ghetto Demf", while singer/bassist Tone Trezure appears on "Black Sabbath". The first single is a song divided into two parts. The first song "Sunday's Best" covers the topic of a young man reflecting on growing up in the church to his downward spiral into a life of crime. The second song "Monday's Worst" details the same man being involved in a shooting and robbery late at night at a club. "No Poison No Paradise" is a good album from the underrated producer and rapper. While the album is ambitious and an acquired taste for some, it shows that Black Milk isn't afraid to step out of his comfort zone.
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5.0 out of 5 stars My favorite rap release of the year 30 Dec 2013
By J. McLemore - Published on
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You probably hear the title of my review from any decent record that comes out, but I really mean it. I'm an avid hip hop listener who likes mainstream artist like Drake as well as deep underground acts like YC the Cynic and Oddisee. So I'm pretty well versed. But enough about me, onto this record Black Milk has blessed us with.

I'll start with the production. It's excellent. Sounds like something Dilla would have produced. Deeply layered, soulful beats. Black Milk produced all but one of these songs. Usually when a rapper produces the majority of his album the results are lackluster. Take a look at Born Sinner by Cole that also came out this year. Cole decided that he would produce the album his self and the lyrics are underwhelming and the beats are very forgettable and simple. This is not an issue with NPNP. Black Milk tells great stories, combined with the wordplay he is known for. On songs like Sunday's Best, he tells the story of how his father would get him up for church on Sunday's, when he "would rather be home video gaming." It's honest, relatable words to anyone that had a religious upbringing. It's a very introspective, revealing record that peers into Black Milks earlier life and what his future holds. Money Bag's talks about how life is a hustle and you have to get your money up to make it in this world. That's the thing you like about artist like this. They aren't "big timing" so they are much more relatable, because they struggle as well. That fact shows through in their lyrics. The insecurities, uncertainties of life.

In conclusion, this is a strong 5/5 album for me. It has no flaws, in my opinion. Strong production, great lyrics. Above all, it's very fun and entertaining, which is ultimately the point of music. Highly recommended
4.0 out of 5 stars Black Milk is only getting better 20 Mar 2014
By Matt Joe - Published on
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His production is more varied / Bars more tight / Song concepts solid. Black Milk is quality music. EASILY one of the best albums of 2013. A win for hip hop.
5.0 out of 5 stars On point 1 Jan 2014
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Beats are as you expect them to be.... bars match just the same. This is a good album. You can definitely find some favorites on this one!
4.0 out of 5 stars This milk ain't spoiled! 4 Dec 2013
By Wachovia - Published on
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This is a good solid album. At first listen my opinion is that it is better than "album of the year" but I may need to listen a few more times. I love the dark production and Milk proves once again that he is a better producer than rapper. Doesn't necessarily mean he is a bad rapper. It's just that he isn't as entertaining as most rappers. I love how the video for Sundays best transitions to Monday's worst. The song is great as well and I can relate to the story because I felt the same way about church growing up.
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