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Black Milk: If There's A Hell Below

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    Summary

    On Black Milk's 6th solo rap LP, If There's A Hell Below, Black continues the narratives he started on his 2013 release No Poison No Paradise. This time, rather than speaking through the character Sonny Jr., Black paints pictures from a first person perspective of someone raised and living in one of America's toughest cities, and the ups and downs of pursuing a career in the arts. The stories reflect how he and the people where he's from feel or have felt - if there's a hell below, maybe we're already in it.

    Track Listing

    1. Everyday Was
    featuring Mel
    Producers: Black Milk
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    2. What It's Worth
    Producers: Black Milk
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    3. Leave The Bones Behind
    featuring Blu; Ab
    Producers: Black Milk
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    4. Quarter Water
    featuring Pete Rock
    Producers: Black Milk
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    5. Hell Below
    featuring Gene Obey
    Producers: Black Milk
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    6. Detroit's New Dance Show
    Producers: Black Milk
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    7. Story and Her
    Producers: Black Milk
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    8. All Mighty
    Producers: Black Milk
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    9. Scum
    featuring Random Axe (Sean Price of Heltah Skeltah + Black Milk + Guilty Simpson)
    Producers: Black Milk
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    10. Gold Piece
    featuring Bun B (of UGK)
    Producers: Black Milk
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    11. Grey For Summer
    Producers: Black Milk
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    12. Up & Out
    Producers: Black Milk
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    Total Comments: 9
    Name: (Posted: 10/21/2014 8:25:00 PM; Partial IP: 151.61.177)
    Location: Thunder Bay canada
    Comment: I love Popular Demand and if you're expecting that type of sh*t on this album well. Sorry bros, but he failed us again to some sense he is still doing the experimental stuff on this album. My favorite song is "Scum", it has three beats and Sean Ps beat is right hype. Gold Piece" is a sick beat too that is a bit of old Black with new Black. "Grey For Summer" is pretty sick and the final track is some old Black sh*t so the album does have old Black to satisfy old heads and that new synth heavy beats for the new cats. I really wish I could relive hearing Popular Demand for the first time, that sh*t gave me goose bumps especially the intro track... f*cking goosebumps n*ggas.
    Name: (Posted: 10/21/2014 9:36:00 AM; Partial IP: .42.173.39)
    Location: Earth
    Comment: Lol@this n*gga "BlueMurdaDeathKill". Homeboy you got your panties in a bunch and sh*t ain't that serious. Yo gon' try and diss the other cats on here just because they got an opinion about Black Milk's last few albums. You could never call me a lame because I don't agree with what you do or don't like and you d*ck ridin' hella hard. It's true that people change or should at least strive to and at some extent I'm going to go as far at say I can agree with you because listening to Mobb Deep talking about crime and killing n*ggas gets old quick, despite having dope ass production by the Alchemist. F*ck what you talkin'! I agree with some of these other dudes that Milk's last few albums been lackluster like a maf*cka. The only joint I liked from "Glitches in the Breaks" was "Dirt Bells", so in my opinion Black Milk could do way better than what he has been cause the n*gga is dope! You talkin' bout people ain't true fans but how the f*ck YOU know that? A fan expects great sh*t from the person he or she admires cause it was the debut sh*t that made you a fan in the first place. I expect Nas to drop dope sh*t because "Illmatic" was the staple and classic material. He doesn't always do it but nonetheless I'm still a fan just like I'm a fan of Black Milk. I EXPECT beats and rhymes to sound like "Popular Demand" cause that's what caught my attention to Black Milk in the first place. Dudes (I mean chicks like you) make me laugh cause you wanna berate these other cats like you know them or something just because they do or don't like a album.
    Name: (Posted: 9/16/2014 2:15:00 AM; Partial IP: 192.62.227)
    Location: RI
    Comment: To each is own. I just can't get into those experimental synth beats. If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Nowadays Milk beats been hit or miss; more so miss.
    Name: (Posted: 9/12/2014 2:08:00 PM; Partial IP: 81.195.140)
    Location: NYC
    Comment: Seriously, I can't believe Black Milk was just compared to 9th Wonder. Ya'll want Milk to do the same thing he's been doing since he started but that's what 9th has done. Black Milk is constantly shifting sounds and improving. Take a step outside of your typical boom bap box.
    Name: (Posted: 9/8/2014 5:38:00 PM; Partial IP: 9.4.167.55)
    Location: orangeburg, usa
    Comment: That's why rap can't f*cking grow: the nerd-ass fans. You still want what Black was doing seven damn years ago, you were never a real fan. Get the f*ck out and take the other lames with you. This sh*t comes from one of the last real creative artists left.
    Name: (Posted: 9/5/2014 10:10:00 PM; Partial IP: 155.229.39)
    Location: EP
    Comment: Y'all are trippin! No Poison No Paradise was live! Glitches in the break as even better!
    Name: (Posted: 9/5/2014 2:52:00 PM; Partial IP: 29.123.220)
    Location: PEouth Africa
    Comment: I share the same sentiment as you guys , Black Milk hasn't dropped something closer to "Popular Demand" - he needs to raise the bar.
    Name: (Posted: 8/26/2014 8:38:00 PM; Partial IP: 192.62.227)
    Location: RI
    Comment: Black Milk is good for a track here and there. His production has been underwhelming lately. His last two LPs were weak. I hope this new LP is dope; if not, I'm done with him also. Dude is too talented to be dropping below average sh*t.
    Name: (Posted: 8/20/2014 6:47:00 PM; Partial IP: 157.124.74)
    Location: Ontario,Can.
    Comment: I don't care how hot this album is, I'm done with him like I'm done with 9th wonder!
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