Black Milk has a bike.
This guy has got that type of flow/voice that makes you like a song regardless of the beat. It's kind of like the opposite of the first 100 times you listened to G-Eazy. No offence Young Gerald, but without your production people wouldn't have given you much of a chance.
In this particular track Black Milk starts off about not wanting to get out of bed on a Sunday morning - something upper-middle class hip-hop heads can actually relate to. The track is basically 2 songs, both beats are entertaining, and Milk's flow is solid throughout.
Like it? Buy the album No Poison No Paradise (iTunes).
Check out his Soundcloud for more audio.
Check out his Twitter for grumpy, square-shouldered photos.