On this episode of Off Tha’ Wall, we join Detroit-bred rapper/producer Black Milk. From learning how to sample by using dub-tapes and a Casio keyboard, to working alongside some of the most prominent musicians of our generation (i.e. Jack White), Black Milk has implemented himself as one of the most unique and passionate artists in hip hop.
While catching up with him outside of Rubber Tracks Studio in Brooklyn, Black Milk let us in on the meaningless origin of his name, his relationship with Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s E. 1999 Eternal record, and why he prefers using the MPC 3000. Check out the episode above as well as Black Milk’s No Poison No Paradise via Fat Beats.