Let’s start with a bit of background. How did Black Market Karma come about, and what musical pathway brought you to it?

Stanley Belton: It was born out of my obsession with music. I needed a vehicle as a creative outlet, and I wasn’t really interested in it being the Stan experience so I came up with a band name. I guess BMK is a moniker for me and my ideas, as I write and record the music mostly by myself…

Read the full interview at The Big Takeover

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