Roy Ferreria aka milo, has just released his first official album, a toothpaste suburb via Los Angeles’s Hellfyre Club. Besides ignoring all of the grammar rules on capitalization, you may know milo from his work with Nom de Rap, a Wisconsin based rap group, or collaborations with Open Mike Eagle and Busdriver, who are also featured on this new album.
With an impressive number of releases under his belt, a toothpaste suburb is a strong debut album from the Los Angeles, by way of Wisconsin rapper. With softly surreal production by iglooghost, Riley Lake, greyhat, and Tastenothing, the album progresses from song to song with complex cloud beats that compliment milo’s quick and smooth flow. It may be too late to snag the sold out limited edition package with matching milo scarf and mittens and other goodies, but you can still download a toothpaste suburb from Hellfyre Club’s Bandcamp and stream it below.