Black Milk - Glitches in the Break

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Motown veteran Black Milk has released his Glitches in the Break EP for digital purchase and the emcee/producer has given The DJBooth the green light to exclusively stream the set in full.

Coming on the heels of fall 2013's No Poison No Paradise LP, the project packs a total of nine previously-unreleased jams from the artist's vault. Included is reader-approved lead single "Cold Day." Fellow Detroit representatives Fat Ray and Guilty Simpson makes guest appearances on Glitches in the Break, which is produced entirely by Black Milk himself.

In addition to the aforementioned digital format, Glitches in the Break will be released in a 12" vinyl edition on April 19, aka Record Store Day.

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