Just over a week since he dropped his latest album, rapper and producer, Milo, has announced his retirement from music. Rory Ferreira (Milo’s real name), has been releasing music since 2010, and has collaborated with artists like Open Mike Eagle, Busdriver and Anderson .Paak. He currently has a Midwest tour lined up in February, and a possible European tour coming, but after that, that’ll be it. Milo cited that “the rap game is not worth it,” and that you shouldn’t “come here looking to make honest art.”
He also announced that the Scallops Hotel will be closing, a moniker he uses for his music production. It’s unclear whether this is a complete departure from music for Milo or not, but for the foreseeable future, Milo will go silent.
budding ornithologists are weary of tired analogies is the last milo album.
— r.a.p.ferreira (afk) (@yomilo) October 1, 2018
the scallops hotel is rounding out work for a few phenomenal artists, after which we will be closing for good. we do appreciate your patronage.
— scallops hotel (@scallopshotel) October 1, 2018
[rap not worth]