Video: Black Milk Broadcast – Episode 1

Busy as ever both recording and touring the globe, Black Milk decided to give his fans a window into the life of one of hip hop’s rising stars with a new series called “Black Milk Broadcast.”

In the first episode, watch Black work at Studio 1 alongside Alchemist, Guilty Simpson, and others, followed by a trip to Amsterdam where he kicked off his European tour for Tronic last spring. In a final dramatic twist at the end, Black Milk is surrounded by reckless bikers, flying n-bombs, and drunken Dutchmen. Where’s Elzhi?


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43 Responses to “Video: Black Milk Broadcast – Episode 1”

  1. G7 Says:

    Black MILF > Black Milk

  2. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    50’s not lyin tho, Meth was picked out as the star of the group to begin with…
    =======================================
    ODB was right beside him. “You’re All I Need” put Meth over as far as the fans but ODB’s 1st album was way better then Tical.

  3. FaMs! Says:

    1. Ghost

    2.Cap

    3. Rae

    No up for debate neither

  4. G7 Says:

    A skit on 2000’s Supreme Clientele, “Clyde Smith”, features a low-pitched recording (of Raekwon) naming 50 Cent and derisively making comments on his behavior and methods of attracting media attention through publicized “beef” with other rappers. Around this time, a 50 Cent freestyle dissing the Wu-Tang Clan began circulating; in his ad-libs at the end of the song, he derides them for their frequent use of the term “god” and the poverty of their hometown Staten Island. There have been various rumors of altercations between Ghostface and 50 Cent: one describes Fifty being thrown down a flight of stairs by Ghostface, another claims members of Wu-Tang’s entourage robbed Tony Yayo and 50 Cent at gunpoint. However, none have been verified. Since 50 Cent’s rise to fame, both he and Ghostface have discussed the supposed beef in interviews, both saying that nothing serious had ever happened.

  5. FaMs! Says:

    nahright.ning.com/video/1967902:Video:9842

    ^^No fronting Baby Doll better not have an office job that is essential to everyday needs. She set black people back 500 years with her poor vocabulary and redundancy

  6. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    1. Ghost

    2.Cap

    3. Rae

    No up for debate neither
    ==============
    No debate here. 2 & 3 are just plain wrong.

  7. A tribe called quest aka The Latin Teddy Ruxpin Says:

    I wish Red was part of the Wu. A ghost/Red album would be unfuckingbelievable

  8. Seth Gueko Says:

    LYRICAL longevity
    GHOST, RAE, MEF

    legendary ISH
    ODB, RZA, RAE

    SUCCESSful CAREer
    MEF, GHOST, RZA(because of productions aspect)

  9. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    A skit on 2000’s Supreme Clientele, “Clyde Smith”, features a low-pitched recording (of Raekwon) naming 50 Cent and derisively making comments on his behavior and methods of attracting media attention through publicized “beef” with other rappers
    =================================
    That skit was mad corny too. It was obvious that was Rae. It seemed cowardly & beneath the Wu to go at Curtis like that. These are the same niggas that used to roll to shows 100 deep. Fuck happened to these niggas gangsta?

  10. Smear Says:

    Ghost screwed up puttin that Clyde Smith skit on Clientele… why blemish an otherwise impeccable record with a couple minutes of shit talkin by Rae in a distorted voice devoted to another cat who had no real shine at the time…. and who went on to become what he did. Gotta hand it to 50… Two of the greatest MC’s of our time at the peak of their powers, devoted time on record to a kid without an album out…
    (jay-Its Hot) Played right into his hands.

  11. Seth Gueko Says:

    RAE OB4CL2 >

    SLAUGHTERHOUSE>

    DISTANT RELATIVES>

    INVICIBLE HOT SUMMER THIS YEAR WILL BE SICK AS DAMN

  12. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    “How To Rob” was brilliant. I remember telling niggas back then that 50 was like the black Eminem but I never thought he’d actually sign with the white boy.

  13. FaMs! Says:
  14. rex hussla Says:

    WU TANG >>>>>>>>>>>>>

    End of story…

  15. Smear Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=1vTAKY_JcHI
    ^^
    “Bunch a dirty aggins…makin songs about pickin roaches out cereal”
    “”see em and they be like ‘peace God”
    50 at his shit-talkin best.
    And I love Wu (nh) but that Clyde Smith shit was dumb.

  16. FaMs! Says:

    Clyde Smith GOAT character…voice alone

  17. G7 Says:

    i always thought Rae doing the Clyde Smith skit was funny because it was so obvious it was him.

  18. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Didn’t Rae call himself “Knuckles”?

  19. FaMs! Says:

    youtube.com/watch?v=isumZjs3dKA

    Ends this discussion

  20. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    Deck’s verse on “Triumph” >>>

  21. Smear Says:

    INS chewed it up
    and Ghost spat it out…literally

  22. G7 Says:

    AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    July 3rd, 2009 at 1:47 pm
    Didn’t Rae call himself “Knuckles”?

    ^yeah he does, then says his real name is Clyde

  23. Smear Says:

    Deck’s verse on “Triumph” >>>
    ^^
    yup

    His solo came way too late…

  24. R.J.Orion Says:

    Kobe bout to get a few more rings.

  25. Smear Says:

    Didn’t Rae call himself “Knuckles”?

    ^yeah he does, then says his real name is Clyde
    ^
    hilarity

  26. R.J.Orion Says:

    Rae is wuGOAT

  27. G7 Says:

    >>Black Milk is surrounded by reckless bikers, flying n-bombs, and drunken Dutchmen

    ====
    that white dude was drunk as f%ck, tryna be cool, but someone still shoulda set him straight.

  28. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    It took the video for me to realize GZA & Masta Killah had two seperate verses. They really slow the song down. Good thing Ghost & Rae bring the energy back up at the end.

    “You two-faced, scum of the slum, I got your whole body numb
    Blowin like Shalamar in eighty-one”

  29. G7 Says:

    *daps R.J.*

  30. Smear Says:

    You really can’t separate Rae and Ghost Land.
    the album covers prove as much
    see:NR Lite

  31. R.J.Orion Says:

    BlackMilk is the top beatmaker in the game but he also is top 5 worst name

  32. AmpGeez a.k.a. Dro Jackson Says:

    You really can’t separate Rae and Ghost Land.
    ===============================
    Yeah you can.

    Ghost has “Supreme Clientele” and Rae has “The Lex Diamonds Story”

    There’s a huge seperation between those two albums.

  33. Smear Says:

    Good thing Ghost & Rae bring the energy back up at the end.

    “You two-faced, scum of the slum, I got your whole body numb
    Blowin like Shalamar in eighty-one”
    ^^
    Always loved that shit….Ghost spittin throught the bars and shit. Stole the show.

  34. R.J.Orion Says:

    Daps g7

  35. Smear Says:

    Meth’s costumes through that era were just too much.
    The biker shit in triumph….the Forever album photo’s… dude looked like one of the village people.

  36. G7 Says:

    Masta Killah slows down just about every Wu songs he appears on

  37. Smear Says:

    Black Milk>>>any of XXL’s freshmen (no Ortiz)

  38. R.J.Orion Says:

    Ghost made better lps but rae still iller. IMO GZA nicer than ghost

  39. Smear Says:

    Masta Killah slows down just about every Wu songs he appears on
    ^^^true
    No said Date was a good album though

  40. Darth Cipher Says:

    RZA is by far top Wu member as far as careers go… dude writes scores for movies, produces for so many rappers, and put all these Wu niggas on the map along with there affiliated crews… that’s One central mind being a soul controller, whether he’s always in the public eye or playing it cool dudes success can’t be ignored… there’s a reason he’s the Abbott
    _____________________
    Yeah you can.

    Ghost has “Supreme Clientele” and Rae has “The Lex Diamonds Story”

    There’s a huge seperation between those two albums.
    ^^^

    agreed Rae would be nothing without Ghost, Ghost has proven he’s still the same without Rae

  41. Smear Says:

    Ghost made better lps but rae still iller. IMO GZA nicer than ghost
    ^^^
    Ghost actually just about said as much himself at his show last friday… in fact he spent almost 10 minutes reciting GZA lines off Liquid Swords.

    GZA’s an MC’s MC, if you’ll excuse the cliche

  42. G7 Says:

    >>agreed Rae would be nothing without Ghost, Ghost has proven he’s still the same without Rae

    ^co-agrees

  43. Nah Right » Video: Black Milk Broadcast - Episode 2 Says:

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