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Black Milk – Album Of The Year Track List

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1. 365
2. Welcome (Gotta Go)
3. Keep Going
4. Oh Girl (feat. AB)
5. Deadly Medley (feat. Royce Da 5’9″ and Elzhi)
6. Distortion (feat. Melanie Rutherford)
7. Over Again (feat. Monica Blaire)
8. Black and Brown (feat. Danny Brown)
9. Round of Applause
10. Warning (Keep Bouncing)
11. Gospel Psychedelic Rock
12. Closed Chapter (feat. Mr. Porter)

Track five, please and thank you. Props to Nav


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60 Responses to “Black Milk – Album Of The Year Track List”

  1. hl Says:

    Yessir!

  2. benhameen Says:

    I’m in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

    ^

    hopefully you rot with the rest of those bastards. Styles P just lost a fan. Not like i was ever a fan but he and the rest of the UAE can fuck themselves. As much weed as he smokes he gonna act like its a cool place to be? Fuck you Styles.
    Fuck TI too for mentioning that hellhole.

  3. hl Says:

    Black and Brown (feat. Danny Brown)

    ^Probably should have highlighted this one.

  4. DGtheEnigma Says:

    If it’s anything like Tronic, this will be incredible…it’s shorter, so that’s a start.

  5. nation Says:

    >> hopefully you rot with the rest of those bastards. Styles P just lost a fan. Not like i was ever a fan but he and the rest of the UAE can fuck themselves. As much weed as he smokes he gonna act like its a cool place to be? Fuck you Styles.

    damn. I was actually looking for the clip of him over there with DJ Killa Touch where they told him what’ll happen if he gets caught holding

  6. DGtheEnigma Says:

    But Black Milk’s live show? Sucks like a vacuum….

  7. Wallace Says:

    Deadly medley gonna be crazy

  8. NovemberEnd Says:

    Deadly Medley (feat. Royce Da 5’9″ and Elzhi)
    ^^^^^^
    this

    12 songs is liked short…

    both Popular Demand & Tronic were ill so i guess Black Milk knows what hes doing….can’t wait….

  9. horsechoker Says:

    Where chea at? I just moved into his neighborhood (East Pilsen what up?) and I’m trying to party up at his crib, drink all his sodas and put my feet on the table. Where the donuts and chicken wings at nigga?!

  10. benhameen Says:

    damn. I was actually looking for the clip of him over there with DJ Killa Touch where they told him what’ll happen if he gets caught holding
    ^
    he can fucking go to hell. any rapper who bigs that place up can fucking burn. niggas. idiots.

  11. Cashmere Cavalli aka Snowbunny Sampson Says:

    once again another DJ Drama tape is dropping later than the announced date

    ti drops on thursday instead of today

  12. a tribe called quest Says:

    horsechoker Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 4:03 pm
    Where chea at? I just moved into his neighborhood (East Pilsen what up?) and I’m trying to party up at his crib, drink all his sodas and put my feet on the table. Where the donuts and chicken wings at nigga?!

    –$3 this is beezy

  13. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    In addition to his lyrical deficiencies, there is something naggingly inauthentic about Drake. And nope, it’s not because he’s a half-white Canadian named Aubrey whose original claim to fame was playing Jimmy Brooks on the teen drama Degrassi High. While such information does nothing to enhance his street bona fides, it certainly doesn’t merit missing him outright. After all, some of hip-hop’s greatest talents (whether they admit it or not) have come from a variety of privileged race, class, and geographic backgrounds. Also, despite being a running buddy of Lil Wayne, Drake’s raps don’t include drug dealing, poverty, violence, or any of the other stale tropes of ghetto authenticity found in mainstream hip-hop narratives. Still, his persona and music feel like the product of industry cynicism rather than an organic outgrowth of hip-hop culture.

    From his faux-Southern accent to his corporate-funded “street buzz,” Drake has been perfectly prepped to become hip-hop’s version of a boy band. Take one look at Drake and you can almost hear the calculations of greedy record execs looking for the next crossover act: Preexisting white fanbase: check. Exotic Ethnic Background: check. Light Skin: check. Celebrity Cosigners: check.

  14. horsechoker Says:

    I’m not beezy.

  15. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    theloop21.com/society/i-hate-drake-there-i-said-it

  16. DC (District of Chase) Says:

    While the aforementioned reasons are sufficient to warrant my Drake hate, my biggest issue stems from his decision to sign with Universal Motown in June 2009. At the point that Drake signed the deal, he had already become one of the hottest rappers in the country. In addition to high visibility, Drake already had an independently functioning infrastructure around him for full-fledged marketing, promotion, and distribution of future projects. In other words, as DJ Skee pointed out “Drake had already successfully done everything a major label could by himself.”

    Instead of seizing the moment, Drake, in a move that violated the adventurous entrepreneurial spirit of hip-hop, played it safe and went with a traditional deal. Unlike artists of lesser stature, Drake had an opportunity to thumb his nose at a record industry built on the unmitigated exploitation of artists. By running back to the plantation, Drake squandered a critical opportunity to not only build his own empire, but to create new possibilities for an entire generation of artists.

  17. hl Says:

    Elzhi >>>> Royce

  18. a tribe called quest Says:

    I want my 45secs back from reading that drake piece

  19. mcb Says:

    looks good
    still wish maybe another Random Ax song
    or maybe put GUilty on one of these.

  20. benhameen Says:

    Drake squandered a critical opportunity to not only build his own empire, but to create new possibilities for an entire generation of artists.
    ^
    um its his career? get over it.

  21. benhameen Says:

    I want my 45secs back from reading that drake piece
    ^
    cosign.

  22. Hopp Says:

    » Suge Knight Accused of Ordering a Hit

    ^^

    TMZ stays playin’ with those titles.

  23. rex hussla Says:

    Drake is cool but all his music leaves something to be desired [ll]…I’m not feeling his gay ass R&B hooks mixed in with an ill beat and solid rhymes (Miss Me, Fear, etc. etc). The shit doesn’t even seem to go together. I mean, dude can rap but his music falls short to me. I have a feeling I’ll be underwhelmed by this album. Dude can’t just spit a hook or some shit?

  24. DGtheEnigma Says:

    I want my 45secs back from reading that drake piece
    ^
    cosign.

    ^^^

    The last thing we need is another Drake debate. Especially after the exhausting Jay/Nas/Ghost debate from earlier.

    Face it. The jew’s gonna win. It was determined by the industry right after 8,000 downloads in 10 mins for SFG.

  25. Wallace Says:

    sometimes royce is kinda wackish…maybe its just me

  26. benhameen Says:

    Face it. The jew’s gonna win. It was determined by the industry right after 8,000 downloads in 10 mins for SFG.
    ^

    its a classic. it deserves it and he deserves much of the acclaim hes gotten. haters are just that, haters.

  27. DGtheEnigma Says:

    HOLY SHIT! Did I just see a post for the 25 greatest Rap-A-Lot songs of all time on Nah-Lite?

    Great day now…

  28. mcb Says:

    someone always speaks on drake perfect and its been said.

    i almost feel bad but most of his songs are meh to me, not my steez, so thats what it is. hell do more than fine sales wise, thats prob what concerns the execs/him.

  29. Mac Brown Says:

    Suge Knight Accused of Ordering a Hit:

    2. I bet his beard smells like rape

    Posted at 12:49 PM on May 25, 2010 by dirtythirty

    ^^THIS SHIT WAS HILARIOUS TO ME!!

  30. cOLD Says:

    Elzhi >>>> Royce

    ^ easy.

  31. hl Says:

    …one…

  32. koa29 Says:

    Is this Donnis dude worth a listen?

  33. cOLD Says:

    Is this Donnis dude worth a listen

    ^ if you want your ears to bleed yea.

  34. benhameen Says:

    Complex list is kind of suspect. They didnt even pick the best song from Odd Squads album. They did have a lot of classics though so Im not too mad.

  35. abortatron Says:

    tmz.com/2010/05/25/suge-knight-murder-death-restraining-order-hit-police-kill/

    ^ anybody see this shit yet?? suga bear don’t stop..

  36. Tong Po Flo Says:

    both Popular Demand & Tronic were ill so i guess Black Milk knows what hes doing….can’t wait….

    ^ Same here, 12 track from BM means all heat no filla

  37. Big_seth Says:

    I think Drake is wack and if all his lovers get to sing his praises then I am allowed to disagree… Call me a hater. That boy aint that good. He is a mediocre rapper that dumbed it down for cash. That’s his life, I don’ care, but don’t act like that shit is the future of Hip Hop. That said I understand that over the course of the next few years we will see more and more drake clones as the industry tries to cash in on that shit.

  38. Samir Says:

    “Deadly Medley” should be dope, I’ve listened to “Motown 25” at least 50 times this week. That Blu / Elzhi collab needs to happen quickly.

  39. DGtheEnigma Says:

    Complex list is kind of suspect.

    ^^^

    Hey, but they did give some love to Big Mike’s “Havin Thangs”, which is all you could asked for.

    Anyone that grew up in the Midwest/South knows this song had a hand in them growing to love hip-hop.

  40. Mook Says:

    Suge Knight Accused of Ordering a Hit

    ^^

    Yep he had something to do with Biggie or Tupac’s Death

  41. cOLD Says:

    treat hoes like house fires, get what you can and then get out.

    roffle at dudes tattoo.

  42. DOPEMAN! DOPEMAN! Says:

    Black Milk is criminally underrated. Can’t wait for this shit. Detroit!

  43. Tong Po Flo Says:

    That Blu / Elzhi collab needs to happen quickly.

    ^ Word they’re bars just need to be over some ill production no weak ish

  44. Rey Says:

    # DC (District of Chase) Says:
    May 25th, 2010 at 4:05 pm

    In addition to his lyrical deficiencies, there is something naggingly inauthentic about Drake. And nope, it’s not because he’s a half-white Canadian named Aubrey whose original claim to fame was playing Jimmy Brooks on the teen drama Degrassi High. While such information does nothing to enhance his street bona fides, it certainly doesn’t merit missing him outright. After all, some of hip-hop’s greatest talents (whether they admit it or not) have come from a variety of privileged race, class, and geographic backgrounds. Also, despite being a running buddy of Lil Wayne, Drake’s raps don’t include drug dealing, poverty, violence, or any of the other stale tropes of ghetto authenticity found in mainstream hip-hop narratives. Still, his persona and music feel like the product of industry cynicism rather than an organic outgrowth of hip-hop culture.

    From his faux-Southern accent to his corporate-funded “street buzz,” Drake has been perfectly prepped to become hip-hop’s version of a boy band. Take one look at Drake and you can almost hear the calculations of greedy record execs looking for the next crossover act: Preexisting white fanbase: check. Exotic Ethnic Background: check. Light Skin: check. Celebrity Cosigners: check.

    ^^^^

    Um… Duh. I’ve BEEN saying he’s Pre-Fab and Focus Grouped.

    HEY GUY WHO WROTE THIS, THANKS FOR STEALING MY BREAKDOWN, FUCKFACE.

  45. benhameen Says:

    Anyone that grew up in the Midwest/South knows this song had a hand in them growing to love hip-hop.
    ^
    Im from Houston so i grew up on all them joints. No love for I done thought of many ways? Me I would have filled half the list with odd squads first LP so thats just personal. They also bigged up You dont hear me tho. its a solid list. Minute To Pray Second To Die though is one of faces illest. but i could do a top 25 face songs easy.

    *ninja vanish*

  46. oNe Says:

    album of the year? doubtful.

  47. S.I.C.K.VET Says:

    This will be my next purchase.I bought Tronic and I was good.Black Milk never comes wack(II).

  48. koa29 Says:

    Rick Ross To Sue Rapper Rick Ross Over Name

    ^^

    BAWSE vs BAWSE

  49. Hopp Says:

    Um… Duh. I’ve BEEN saying he’s Pre-Fab and Focus Grouped.

    ^^

    The more people that see this, the better, tho. So let the dude get the word out, let’s see if people can learn something from there.

  50. smog Says:

    its black

    i hope Gospel Psychedelic Rock is the spazz out instrumental track akin to tronic summer and play the keys
    and i hope black comes out and does a tour in chicago

  51. mcb Says:

    I hear ya Big Seth
    and i give him props when its due (i just used teh word props wow), but i mostly agree.
    whenever i “hate” it susuallly because its misrepersenting real hip hop or the “game”, and people start fronting too hard

  52. Joshua T. Says:

    After seeing him live at SOBs with Little Brother, I have doubt that in him. This album is gonna be crazy.

  53. CL Says:

    Track five, please and thank you.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    This!!! Close the thread.

  54. Hollywood FLOSS Says:

    Tronic was/is slept on heavy

  55. yahright Says:

    Tronic is dope. Track five with Royce and Elzhi…yes fuckin please

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    ELZHI !!! Track #5 is going to be bananas! Anything ELZHI touches is FIRE!

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