Black Milk – American rapper, songwriter, producer
Black Milk’s real name is Curtis Eugene Cross. He was born on 14 August 1983 in Detroit, Michigan. Not much is known about the rapper’s childhood. He graduated from Cooley High School but decided not to get a higher education
In 2004, Curtis began his music career. He created a band called B.R. Gunna. Besides Cross, the lineup included Young RJ and Fat Ray. The musicians recorded an album, Dirty District Vol. 2, which was a continuation of another group’s LP. The album didn’t become successful.
After working with the band, Curtis decided to pursue a solo career. He left B.R. Gunna in 2005 and recorded his first album, Sound of the City. The album didn’t appear on the charts and wasn’t commercially successful. However, the artist gained recording experience, which he used on his road to fame. The album featured the flowing songs, which became popular on the local level, "Danger", "Sound of the City", "This That", "Nigga What", "Pimp Cup".