Black Milk goes in a whole new direction for his latest track, Detroit’s New Dance Show. The speed with which Black Milk has been working since his self-imposed hiatus a few years ago is pretty breathtaking and the best part is the quality hasn’t been hindered. No Poison No Paradise was a hit with fans and critics alike in 2013 as was his Glitches In…

Our latest edition of Leftover Links features interviews from the likes of Black Milk, Malcolm Cecil and Thelonious Martin. While music open portals to the minds of their creators, interviews often provide fans with further insights and our selection today do just that. From upcoming talents to returning musical nomads, today’s edition of Leftover Links will hopefully leave you a little more enlightened about what…

We interviewed Black Milk. Again. It’s one thing to interview one of the best hip hop producers out right now and someone you stylistically look up to over the phone but to get the chance to meet them in person and do it all again is something to treasure, not only for the experience but as a way of sharing the insights of a talented…

Singer-songwriter Mel drops “Burning Stones”, her first project with Detroit’s Black Milk. There are times when you can be a greedy music fan. Your favourite artist might drop the dopest album but you’re still wanting more. Luckily, one of our personal faves has been on hand to drip feed the masses with a little something extra this year. Black Milk’s No Poison No Paradise was…

Sit back and let us transport you to Black Milk’s magical performance at Scala in London alongside live band, Nat Turner. Tonight at London’s Scala, the crowd is quietly bubbling under. An evening of legendary performers is mapped out, with the likes of Tall Black Guy, Rob Swift and the hip hop forefather Afrika Bambaataa billed for this, a special showcase by the capital’s own…

We picked five “making of” videos for our latest edition of Sampleface Five. The creation of a beat or general composition can be as simple or as convoluted as you want but for those really dedicated to the craft, it requires a process. “Making of” videos give an insight into those routines and our latest iteration of Sampleface Five shows the likes of Daedelus, 9th…

We interviewed Black Milk and asked him about his latest album, No Poison No Paradise, his approach to sampling and some of his favourite albums. Imagine spending 20 minutes or so on the phone with one of the best producers in the game at the moment, talking about sampling and all things musical. That’s exactly what happened when we interviewed Detroit MC/producer Black Milk. Candid…

Sampleface’s very own Delta Ellisor expresses her thoughts on hip hop snobbery, complaining less and discovering better music. During one of my recent and ill-advised forays into my Facebook timeline, I was faced with this fairly rudimentary image (above), posted by my long suffering partner. The picture was posted in reference to me, only to say that I was different to this perceived image of…