Published Oct 14, 2014Detroit rapper and producer Black Milk is currently drumming up hype for his forthcoming If There's a Hell Below LP, and he's potentially shared the most promising track yet with "Scum."
Built on bouncy percussion, sparse bass and an eerie vocal sample, the track's certainly a creepy banger. Better yet, Milk has tapped the talents of underground rap greats Sean Price and Guilty Simpson (who've previously collaborated as Random Axe) to lend some excellent guest verses. Better yet, the song shifts shapes for each artist as they enter in.
Give "Scum" a spin below. Just in time to wreak havoc on Halloween, Black Milk's If There's a Hell Below will slither onto shelves on October 28 via the artist's own Computer Ugly imprint.