At 22 years old, Black Kent is already one of the most promising MCs of his generation. Born in Africa’s Ivory Coast, this renaissance globetrotter left the shores of the motherland after political battles erupted within the West African country. Finding solace with his family in Kenya, it was during this time that Black Kent discovered his unbridled talent for emceeing.
Not content with smacking the decks up for Dilated, Babu has been applying his impressive skill set to Reason and after a shaky start has emerged as a consistently solid and versatile producer; with Hip Hop’s finest vocalists on speed dial to boot.
Producer, MC, and vanguard of Detroit's rising hip-hop scene, Black Milk will embark on a mini-tour of Europe featuring fellow heavy hitters Guilty Simpson and Bishop Lamont and special guests eLZhi and Sean Price on additional U.S. dates. The "Caltroit" Tour will consist of eight dates in major European cities including Amsterdam, Paris and Zurich.
Black Milk gives listeners the first taste of his highly anticipated new album Tronic with the lead single "Give the Drummer Sum". The track shows the Detroit phenom adding a new edge to his production. Black's ever-improving mic skills have a touch of the Hova's flow as he rides over live horns and hard drums on what's sure to be one of the most original and exciting hip hop singles of the year.
Let us introduce Yung Bruh aka "Y.B." from Watts, California (America). He is the little brother of the West Coast Rap legend "Kam". His first release was called "Fly Yung Bruh", and his follow up single is entitled "I See You", which features Mike Anthony and has an easy going laid back vibe all about the attraction of the opposite sex and is currently getting some air play.