It was back in 2005 when rapper/producer Black Milk blessed hip-hop lovers with his first project “Sound Of The City” – an album that opened the doors to his career. He has since released four additonal solo projects and has worked with the likes of Slum Village, J Dilla, Elzhi, Phat Kat, Frank-N-Dank, Lloyd Banks, Canibus, Pharoahe Monch and many more (in addition to his numerous collaboration projects). Fresh off of last year’s critically-acclaimed “No Poison, No Paradise“, the Detroit rapper releases his latest album “If There’s A Hell Below“. Over this brilliant new soundscape, he takes us on a journey into the often dark realities of the inner-city lifestyle. Songs like “What Its Worth“, “Gold Piece” featuring Bun B and “Quarter Water” featuring Pete Rock are a few of the standouts, but really there is no filler on this project. This is definitely his best effort to date – and a must listen for any hip-hop head. Check out the stream below, and let us know what you think.