If you are still sleeping on the D, this might be your alarm clock. One of the Motor City's most unheralded dope rap acts Black Milk returns with his latest project "No Poison No Paradise" next week. Today, Pitchfork provides a sneak peak of the 13-song LP for your listening pleasure. This is Milk's first solo album since 2011's Black and Brown. The Detroit MC/producer recently spoke on this album's direction saying, “I wanted to focus more on storytelling and having a collection of songs with subject matters that tie into one another.” He continued, “Just like a dream, the scenes are always changing and sometimes feel random and inconsistent… It’s a mixture. Some songs and stories are told from Sonny’s older self, some from his younger days, and some from a third person perspective.” Check out the previously released video for the two tracks "Sunday's Best/Monday's Worst."

Peep the entire album, HERE.