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Black Milk Live in DC Tonight + NPNP Out Now!

October 20, 2013 12:00 am


Thursday, October 24th 2013
Black Milk No Poison, No Paradise Tour with DJ Sober & Quelle Chris @ LIV
Tickets Available at LIVDC

Producer and rapper Black Milk is wrapping his North American 22-city No Poison No Paradise Tour, which kicked off in Dallas on September 20th. Black Milk has added European dates to the tour, included stops in London, Paris, Berlin, and more. Tonight the tour concludes in DC with a play at LIV with local support from Awthentik. If you’re not familiar with Black Milk and Nat Turner’s incredible live show, check out this stellar Dallas Observer review of Black Milk’s unexpected and stunning hometown debut. No Poison No Paradise is out now, cop on itunes!

STREAM Black Milk’s ‘No Poison, No Paradise’ at Pitchfork


Joining the Black Milk’s No Poison No Paradise Tour is live band Nat Turner (Aaron “Ab” Abernathy on keys and vocals, Malik Hunter on bass, and Z Horton on drums, with Bill Sharp as DJ ), as well as guests Quelle and DJ Sober. Black Milk will perform music from his new album, No Poison No Paradise, which is due out October 15th via Fat Beats/Computer Ugly. “I’m looking forward to hitting the road again with a new album on the way and new music to perform,” says Black Milk, “Nat Turner and I have great chemistry together, and we push the show to new heights every year. This run will be the best yet.”

Black Milk previously released the first single, “Perfected On Puritan Ave,” introducing listeners to some of the themes from the upcoming album, which is structured conceptually as a series of dreams in the mind of a fictional character named Sonny Jr. The album art and tour flyer depict some of the imagery from Black Milk’s lyrical content, and were created by Dallas, Texas artist Joonbug.


Oct. 24 – Washington, DC @ LIV

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Please send all press inquiries to Dan Friedman or Michele McDevitt at Audible Treats.

The No Poison, No Paradise Tour is powered by Move Forward Music, with promotional support from Fusicology.