Published Jun 27, 2014Black Milk fans just might be in store for some new tunes on the rapper/producer's upcoming mini-tour, as he's just announced he'll be delivering a new LP by year's end.
News of the album came from Black Milk earlier today (June 27) over Twitter, where he noted that If There's a Hell Below arrives "#thisyear." An additional, hashtag-heavy tweet had him confirming he's putting the final touches on the record, currently being in the mixing and mastering stage.
While more info on the album is clearly forthcoming, he also noted that recent single "What It's Worth" had "made the final cut." The individual track went up for sale earlier this month in dirty, clean and instrumental versions. You can stream all three down below.
Though Black Milk offered up his limited-edition vinyl EP called Glitches in the Break earlier in 2014, If There's a Hell Below will be his first proper full-length since last year's No Poison, No Paradise.
Black Milk's tour starts this Sunday (June 29) and will hit up Vancouver's Venue on July 3. You'll find the rest of the details for the trip down below.
06/29 Oakland, CA - The Old Parish
06/30 Portland, OR - Alhambra Theatre
07/01 Seattle, WA - Neumos
07/02 Los Angeles - The Roxy
07/03 Vancouver, BC - Venue