Smart, future-facing dance-floor constructions from Black Milk. A step away from last years LP, No Poison, No Paradise, Glitches in the Break, the six-song EP that dropped on Record Store Day and recent single ‘What It’s Worth’. With his latest release, Black Milk pays tribute to The New Dance Show, which aired in Detroit back in the late 80s. The four-on-the-floor number with its bouncy funk beat is juxtaposed by the brooding stream of consciousness lyrics from Milk:
“Double or nothin’, came from nothing still with the hood that I come from
Where you come from city where the guns run deep and police won’t come
And the streets no fun, at night but the street lights wont come
On when your mic get turned on some, block you could prolly lose your life on one”
Listen below and be on the lookout for his next full-length LP, titled If There’s a Hell Below, sometime later this year.