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Black Milk Broadcast, Live from the Montreux Jazz Festival

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , on Thursday, August 20, 2009 by Tim Althaus

Here we have another episode of Black Milk Broadcast. This time Black comes to you live from the infamous Montreux Jazz Festival. He gives you a good look backstage, and you get to see some cameos from Talib Kweli, Daru & AB. About halfway through the video you get to see a live performance of “Sound the Alarm” which is, of course, dope as hell.

Shouts to Midwest Broadcast


Black Milk Broadcast, R.I.P. Baatin

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , , , , on Tuesday, August 4, 2009 by Tim Althaus

Black Milk dedicated an episode of his show Black Milk Broadcast to his good friend, and comrade Baatin. If you recall, on the track “Long Story Short”, Black spits “My kinfolk went on tour, roadie for Slum Vil/He got a beat CD in the hands of Baatin/didn’t hear from em’ til they got back to Michigan..”. That’s right, if there was no Baatin there may not have ever been a Black Milk. Black adresses right away that Baatin was the one that got him into the music game. In the video Black Milk reminisces about making music with Baatin, as well as how he was influenced by Tin. At the end of the video Black shows some video footage from a Slum Village music video shoot for their upcoming album Manifesto.

As I said before, Baatin was one hell of an emcee and embassador to Detroit Hip-Hop. He will be dearly missed, and he will always be in the prayers of true Hip-Hop heads.

Spotted @2DopeBoyz

Black Milk Brodcast, Episode 2

Posted in Media, Video with tags , , , on Monday, July 13, 2009 by Tim Althaus

Twitter is a beautiful thing isn’t it? I checked my Twitter feed on my Blackberry and noticed this video was posted by none other than Black Milk. This is the second video from his Black Milk Broadcast series, and this video features more amazing footage from Europe. The girl in the beginning of the video mentions that the show that Black put on was one of the best that the club has seen for awhile, when you see him go on stage you will definitely see how true that statement is. Yet again, I love seeing Black mess with the MPC on stage and chop shit up. The way that he enters into “The Matrix” is unreal.