Common appeared on Sway In The Morning this morning, and at around the 20 minute mark of the video, you can watch Common take on the 5 Fingers Of Death from DJ Wonder. Common also speaks on his new album Nobody’s Smiling, which hits stores tomorrow, Drake, and much more.
‘The Neighborhood’ is off Common’s new album Nobody’s Smiling, which drops on July 22nd. Listen to the Lil Herb & Cocaine 80s assisted track below.
‘Speak My Piece’ is the new promo single from Common’s forthcoming album Nobody’s Smiling album, and it was released today via iTunes. Thanks to FSD, you can stream the song below. The album in full drops on July 22nd, and I am expecting some more greatness from Common & No ID.
We got the cover art a couple days ago but that definitely isn’t as important as the tracklist. We now have that tracklist to Common’s upcoming solo LP and it includes Lil Herb. That’s the only out of place name though. Check it out below. 1. The Neighborhood f. Lil Herb & Cocaine 80s 2….
Common has teased us with promotional images featuring some of Chicago’s most well-known artists, but today he confirms the standard and deluxe edition artworks for his new album dropping July 22nd, Nobody’s Smiling. The standard edition is above, while the deluxe is below and showcases a mash up of his face along with other Chicago…
Common’s recording contract with Warner Music expired after the release of his 2012 album The Dreamer, The Believer, and today Common revealed he has teamed up with his frequent producer and signed to his ARTium imprint under Def Jam Records. He also announced that his anticipated album Nobody’s Smiling is dropping on the label on…
After previewing the track yesterday, Common releases the full version of his new single ‘Kingdom’, which features his label-mate Vince Staples. A Hype Williams directed video is on the way for this, and so is Common’s new album Nobody’s Smiling.
Chicago’s Dreezy has been making some serious noise up here in Chicago, but today she’s officially going nationwide with her new single ‘No Good’ featuring Ross Augusta and the legendary Common. Don’t be surprised if Dreezy appears on Common’s new album, which seems to have a huge Chicago influence.