Black Milk's excellent album No Poison No Paradise just came out last fall, but he's already prepping new music. A follow-up EP, Glitches in the Break, is due out digitally March 4, and it will be released as a 12" vinyl pressing for Record Store Day April 19.

"Cold Day" is the first offering from that project, and it pairs a minimal, funky beat with a small choral section and some thoughtful reflections on the local surroundings, like: "Ain't nothing changed on that block we used to run up on/Some heads left and a few more houses boarded up/They needed more than luck/But they still crack a summertime smile in the city more than rough."

If this is any indication, Record Store Day should be worth the trip. Check it out below:

[via 2dopeboyz]

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