Throughout their tenure, The Beatnuts have created party anthems amidst a self-induced musical stupor of sex, alcohol and weed. Their latest endeavor, Milk Me, finds Juju and Psycho Les again greedily consuming dusty samples and regurgitating them as funky beats to cradle their capable rhymes. Bouncing a playful guitar loop and horns over subtle kicks on “Buggin'” (featuring Wild Style rapper Prince Whipper Whip), they again prove that making jams is their biggest vice. The suggestive title and raunchy cuts (“Freak Off” and “Asshole”) verify that the Queens duo would rather let other rappers rhyme righteously while they keep their brand of hip-hop a guilty pleasure.