Black Milk – “Give The Drummer Sum” video update

Apparently, someone hacked the Music Videocast leak, because it has made its way to YouTube. It’s viral, y’all! Fat Beats still cannot contain it.

The quality has been diminished. It is obvious that the visuals are supposed to be scintillating, but they’re fuzzy now. I would say this may have an effect on Black Milk’s brand, but I may be jumping the gun. Let me know what you think.

We found this over at the Fader blog:

Shouts out to my man Tate of Gorilla Funk Mob, who is the middle drummer in the video. He gets like no solo shots. I see you though, bro’!

EDIT:
I found a much better version over on House Shoes’ blog!

All right, at least the viewer can enjoy it now. If you love Tronic, then make sure you tell all your folks about it! This is Black’s breakout record!

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  • justin weeks

    I dont really know if the poor quality will effect his overall brand, i have a modicum of faith that people will know that it is supposed to be better quality.

    No offense to Black Milk, and this is a pretty banging track (compared to other joints out now), but I cant help feeling like I am listening to a Dilla clone who is not as good.

    Not being like Dilla is the new Dilla.

    -Justin

  • justin weeks

    I dont really know if the poor quality will effect his overall brand, i have a modicum of faith that people will know that it is supposed to be better quality. No offense to Black Milk, and this is a pretty banging track (compared to other joints out now), but I cant help feeling like I am listening to a Dilla clone who is not as good. Not being like Dilla is the new Dilla. -Justin

  • gamalam

    heh heh… wait until you see the review of Tronic that I’m writing. It addresses your Dilla clone issue directly. I don’t think there’s anything exactly wrong having a Dilla “sound,” but I don’t feel it’s unfair that people expect someone like Black to provide the musical innovation that Detroit has built its reputation. If only more people were doing what Dilla did and stop waiting on others to provide the newness in music, then we’d be better off.

    Thanks for your comment, bro-ski!

  • gamalam

    heh heh… wait until you see the review of Tronic that I’m writing. It addresses your Dilla clone issue directly. I don’t think there’s anything exactly wrong having a Dilla “sound,” but I don’t feel it’s unfair that people expect someone like Black to provide the musical innovation that Detroit has built its reputation. If only more people were doing what Dilla did and stop waiting on others to provide the newness in music, then we’d be better off.Thanks for your comment, bro-ski!