The Detroit rapper/producer Black Milk has plans to release a conventional album sometime this year, and we’ve already posted his pretty great single “Sunday’s Best/Monday’s Worst.” But Black Milk’s new Record Store Day full-length Synth Or Soul isn’t a conventional rap album. Instead, it focuses on the production side of things. It’s entirely instrumental, its beats fast and short and broken, and it welcomes the obvious Dilla comparisons that Black Milk was going to get anyway. Hear the album below.
Synth Or Soul is out on vinyl 4/20, Record Store Day, on Computer Ugly, and it’ll be available digitally three days later.