26 Mar 24
6:30 pm

Black Milk | Live in Berlin

Get ready for an unforgettable concert experience as Black Milk takes the stage at Panke Berlin on Tuesday, March 26th!

Hailing from Detroit, Black Milk is renowned for his innovative fusion of hip-hop, soul, and electronic elements, he ignites a musical fire on stage with his dynamic performance. From his breakthrough album “Popular Demand” to his freshly released album “Everybody Good?”, Black Milk captivates his audience with his unique sense of composition and infectious energy.

Join us, when Black Milk rocks the stage with his unmatched flow and the powerful beats of his MPC, delivering a show you won’t soon forget. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this extraordinary concert! Grab your tickets now and get ready for an epic night full of musical magic. See you at Panke! 🎵🔥

Support by DJ Kisa:
There are few artists in the scene who can boast such a long list of collaborations and outstanding performances as Kisa. Born and raised in Ghent, this international DJ has been spinning Hip Hop (old/new), Funk, Soul, Dancehall, Rnb, Afrobeats, Future Beats & Trap around the globe for over 15 years. From Tomorrowland to Laundry Day, K1X Tracks events, Star Wax Magazine she has shared the stage with an amazing amount of renowned artists worldwide. 
A disciple of DJ Rob Swift (the X-Ecutioners), she was nominated at the 2015 Miami WMC Mixing Contest and is the founder of the FLAVA FLAVA BCN Collective. 

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