No Poison No Paradise [VINYL]
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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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All in all a solid album. Black Sabbath is probably my favourite track.
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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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