Black Milk takes society to task in “True Lies” from his forthcoming album Fever. He questions the school system over a track that is equal parts funk, rock and hip-hop. Black Milk said in a press release about “True Lies”:
“I talk about how traditions and institutions are used to keep people from questioning the world around them and from demanding more for themselves. When I made the track, I envisioned a world full of zombies being told what to believe. Only a few come to realize most of what they’ve been taught about and within the institutions, like church, school, and government, around them are lies to impede both personal and collective progress.”
Fever will be released via Computer Ugly and Mass Appeal February 23rd.