Hear Jack White's rap collaboration with Black Milk

Ex-White Stripes man produces the rapper and releases two tracks on Third Man Recordings

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Jack White has announced that the latest single to be released on his Third Man Recordings record label will be from rapper Black Milk.

The two tracks, which are titled 'Brain' and 'Royal Mega', are currently available to hear in full at music blog Some Kind Of Awesome.

White has, as well as co-producing both tracks, played on each one, contributing guitar to 'Brain' and playing drums on 'Royal Mega'.

The guitarist has been coy about his plans since his old band The White Stripes announced their split earlier this year, but recently confirmed that he will be reuniting with The Raconteurs for a show in Michigan later this summer.

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