Milo - I Wish My Brother Rob Was Here (FULL)
A whirlwind of thought-provoking lyricism. Milo is cut from the cloth of rapping wizards who require Genius, a dictionary, and a few literature and philosophy majors to dissect the obscure references and meditative rhymes.
Imagine if Earl Sweatshirt was busy reading Jean-Paul Sartre instead of being shipped to Samoa; more art rap, eloquent bars and research-worthy allusions, less shock value.
Deeper than his ability to reference Courage the Cowardly Dog and Salazar Slytherin in the same verse is knowing each rhyme is delicately put together; you can hear a dedication to the craft of writing with the intention of reaching someone.
One listen is simply not enough; there's too much to be dissected, examined and understood. Milo made an underground rap album for lovers of words, lovers of rhymes, and the thinkers who enjoy having their minds expanded, left with more questions than answers.