Curtis Eugene Cross, otherwise known as Black Milk, is the Detroit-born rapper, songwriter and producer.
He’s worked with some of hip-hop’s elite; J Dilla, Lloyd Banks and Pharoahe Monch and scored his first production credit with Slum Village as a teenager.
His most recent inspirations include the likes of Tame Impala and The Internet, which have played a part in shaping his dynamic portfolio.
With more than a decade and a half of industry experience behind him, he is an incredibly well-rounded, poised performer. Go see one of hip-hop’s most acclaimed live acts.