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Thursday, May 19 2016 | 14:51 Buy this now at GoodToGo (B2B)

Black Milk & Nat TurnerBlack Milk, one of the most prodigious and versatile talents in the world of hip-hop, returns alongside his band Nat Turner with a live instrumental LP, The Rebellion Sessions, a jazz-funk opus recorded over the span of one week.

Orchestrated and produced by Black Milk, The Rebellion Sessions features Nat Turner (Aaron “Ab” Abernathy on keys, Malik Hunter on bass, and Zebulun “Z” Horton on drums). Although the guys have appeared on Black’s previous works, The Rebellion Sessions is the first project created by the four as a collaborative unit. The album, at times recalling the works of Fela Kuti, Charles Mingus, Miles Davis, Sly & The Family Stone, D’Angelo, and Robert Glasper, builds off Black Milk and Nat Turner’s incredible live show, honed over the course of years and more than 90 shows played worldwide in 2015 alone. Black Milk & Nat Turner will embark on The Rebellion Tour in Europe this May, performing select tunes from The Rebellion Sessions in addition to songs from Black Milk’s extensive catalog, before hitting the road in the States.

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Tracklisting:

01. The Ancient Rebellion
02. Never
03. The Knock
04. Just A Thing
05. Burn
06. Electric Spanking
07. Take 2
08. You Need This Light
09. Traveler
10. 4 Blacks

The album Black Milk & Nat TurnerThe Rebellion Sessions” (Computer Ugly) is going to be released May 20, 2016.

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