I bet half of you haven’t listened to No Poison No Paradise as of yet, and if I’m correct, then you need to fix that, because it’s one of the bets albums of 2013 that you probably didn’t hear about because Black Milk isn’t on that particular level where everyone would know that, but he should be. Given that it’s been a minute since he released his LP, an EP of new music would definitely do just fine. He proves yet again that he can take the synthesizer and a soul song and fuse them as one to make some hard-knocking tracks, as is displayed here yet again. I don’t want to continue to say that people are sleeping on Black Milk, but that’s exactly what’s happening, and you really should familiarize yourself with his work. Believe me, you won’t be disappointed. Enjoy.