There are times when you need a break from your nine to five hustle, or are in need of something smooth. So what do you do? You reach for that glass of wine or that unlit Black & Mild, or maybe you reach for something a little more herbal. This is for when you get home and you are trying to unwind and recline. This is for when you need to close your eyes and drift. We are just your milkmen and we're here to make a delivery. This is your Daily 2% - Chilled and Ready to Serve, so lay back and chill...
Today's delivery is brought you by Australian beatsmith Ta-ku. He has been a long time favorite producer here in this EARMILK neighborhood. He's versatile in his style, starting from sample based downtempo and currently dabbling in future infused trap. But those categories limit what Ta-ku is doing since he describes himself on SoundCloud as a 'GENRE KILLER'. We have watched him grow into one of the head honchos in the future beats movement and has become one of the most watched artists in the underground scene. Ta-ku has been relatively quiet since his heart-throb release of Songs To Break Up To almost two years ago. Fans are getting antsy, while the price of a vinyl copy of Songs To Break Up To skyrockets to nearly $250 US dollars.
Finally, Ta-ku has broken his silence on his much anticipated follow up album called Songs To Make Up To with an achy single called "Love Again". This time, he enlists the help of wonder boy Sango and the ever emotional vocalist JMSN to churn out a feels filled love song. Typically, the beat is the main focus in any Ta-ku concocted blend, but here, JMSN's vocals is the main driver of the song. Only in the closing minutes where we get a heavier beat appropriate for your much needed head-bobbing.
Love makes the world go 'round.