The rapper from Detroit is responsible for one of the best produced- and one of the better underground albums the hip hop scene knows. You don’t have to froth Black Milk: a smooth and soulful sound, smooth beat making.
He pumps a fat line of bangers without any effort. Inventive hip hop with a capital I. Curtis Cross, what his real name is, is often compared to J. Dilla and produced beats for Slum Village – to call some big names. His samples come from of an ordinary corner and live-instrumentation is used in complex song structures; and it is still danceable.
We have no doubts the connoisseur knows he shouldn’t miss this, especially not now his newest and sixth (!!!) album ‘Fever’ is released.