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Detroit veteran Black Milk has dropped his latest studio album, No Poison, No Paradise, via Fat Beats/Computer Ugly Records.

The rapper/producer's sixth solo set in total, the project follows 2010's Album of the Year. Heralded by singles "Sunday's Best / Monday's Worst" and "Perfected on Puritan Ave," the LP boasts guest appearances from Black Thought, Dwele, Robert Glasper, Quelle Chris and more. All beats comes courtesy of Black Milk himself.

Fans can listen to a full, direct stream of No Poison No Paradise via RefinedHype.

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