Produced By “Brian “All Day” Miller.
Fat Beats: “Here’s a clip from Common’s Fat Beats NYC in-store for “One Day It’ll All Make Sense”. The in-store was actually a few days before the album was released so we only had his single for sale that day. We were also pushing No I.D.’s “The Black Album” (w/Dug Infinite) which had come out [cont.]
Common speaks with Urban Grind TV about his track “Rewind That” from Nobody’s Smiling.
From the album, Nobody’s Smiling, available now. Directed by Jerome D.
Com performs two tracks from Nobody’s Smiling, with special guests Jhene Aiko and Vince Staples.
Pretty much every album that Common has released since One Day It Will All Make Sense has been reviewed on this site, and been rated @@@@ or above. With the exception Universal Mind Control, even his critically panned Electric Circus scored highly here, despite everyone complaining that Com was under a spell of “Baduizm” at [cont.]
Target only bonus track from Big Comstradamus’ Nobody’s Smiling LP, available now. Album review coming soon…
Common appears on The Breakfast Club to promote his new album, Nobody Smiling. Bonus, in the second clip, he sits in with Whoo-Kid’s Whoolywood Shuffle.
Here is the official, interactive track-by-track breakdown for Common’s Nobody Smiling, by Com and No I.D. Take a look if any of those tracks are puzzling you.
Common’s 10th album, Nobody’s Smiling, is available now, and here he speaks with Sway In The Morning about putting together the project, working with up-and-coming Chi-town artists and having No I.D executive produce his album. While in-studio, he also opened up about his situation with Drake — which has now been squashed. He also spits [cont.]
New music from Common’s Nobody Smiling, which hits July 22nd.
Elliott Wilson catches up with Common on his new album Nobody’s Smiling. Common speaks on adapting to the changing times, inspiring change in the world through music, as well as his relationship with producer No I.D.
From VladTV: “VladTV sat down with legendary Chicago MC Common and asked about the roots of his previous issues with Toronto rapper Drake. The two went back and forth in 2012, and while many speculated it was over a certain woman the two had in “common,” it was never confirmed. Common admitted during the sit [cont.]
Another piece of the Nobody’s Smiling puzzle, hitting July 22nd. Produced by No I.D., along with the rest of the album…
Combat Jack: “90 minutes wasn’t enough time. On the eve of releasing his tenth album ‘Nobody’s Smiling’, Common revisits his days growing up in Chicago, being inspired by Michael Jordan, house music, Chicago mayor Harold Washington, Rev. Jeremiah Wright and how this album addresses the current plight of black on black crime in the windy [cont.]
Hard Knock TV: “In part 2 Common talks to Nick Huff Barili about his friendship with Maya Angelou and their conversations about Tupac. Common also calls Nas his favorite MC and says that their collaboration project NasdotCom has been put on hold. We have also included clips of a freestyle Common performed during Def Jam [cont.]
In part 1 of Hard Knock TV’s interview with Common, he talks to Nick Huff Barili about the concept behind his 10th album Nobody Smiling, working with Vince Staples on tracks for album, why the track he worked on with Chance The Rapper didn’t make the album, how he feels about Chiraq and much more. [cont.]
Here are both the tracklist and a new cut, “Speak My Piece”, from Common’s Nobody’s Smiling LP, hitting July 24th. 1. The Neighborhood feat. Lil Herb & Cocaine 80′s 2. No Fear 3. Diamonds feat. Big Sean 4. Blak Majik feat. Jhené Aiko 5. Speak My Piece 6. Hustle Harder feat. Snoh Aalegra & Dreezy [cont.]
Common reveals and explains the concept behind the cover art for his highly anticipated album, Nobody’s Smiling, due July 22nd on No I.D.’s Atrium imprint via Def Jam. Check out the video about the creation of the cover art, as well as standard and deluxe editions below.
- Uncle Murda – “Hands Up” (feat. Maino & Jay Watts)
- T.I. – “Don’t Tell ‘Em (Remix)”
- Jermaine Dupri – “Pull Up” (feat. Ty Dolla $ign + Migos)
- Bobby Shmurda – “Hot N***a (Reggae Remix)” (feat. Mavado, Junior Reid, Popcaan & Jah X) / Fat Joe “Hot N***a (Remix)”
- Tree – “Columbia (Remix)”
- Lil Kim – “Fancy (Freestyle)”
- BBC Fire In The Booth: Danny Brown Freestyle
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