“On his new album, “Fever,” Black Milk raps, “No satisfaction for my effort is ever enough.” That lyric is shorthand for the Detroit rapper-producer’s hustle. “Never being complacent or satisfied with anything, having a certain type of focus, trying to get to the next level, that’s a part of my personality,” he says. “I’m always pushing the envelope, musically, creatively or with my career.””
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