Curtis Cross, better known as the hip-hop producer and emcee who goes by the name Black Milk, teamed up with Washington D.C.-based live band Nat Turner last Thursday at Brick & Mortar Music Hall as part of their ongoing Rebellion Tour.
The Rebellion Sessions, their collaborative album together, was released back in April after taking only one week to record. With Malik Hunter on bass, Aaron Abernathy on keyboards and Zebulun Horton on drums, Nat Turner added a modern, funky texture to Black Milk’s hip-hop prose.
Opening the evening were Six Fif, MC Solar Wind, L.E.E. and Marquayus the God.