New record from this supergroup that consists of Common, No I.D., James Fauntleroy, and others.
Pusha borrows fellow G.O.O.D. Music emcee Common’s “Sweet” instrumental and shoots a video for it. What’s the meaning of him taking of his Clipse chains at the end of the video and putting them on the kid? Directed by Samuel Rogers.
Another No I.D. produced track from The Dreamer / The Believer, due December 20th.
Update: Cover art added. No I.D. has revealed the tracklist to Com’s The Dreamer, The Believer, of which he produced in it’s entirety. The new release date for the record is December 20th. ID revealed a photo of the final mastered version of the album, as seen above. 1. The Dreamer (Feat. Maya Angelou) 2. [cont.]
Another one from this month’s The Dreamer, The Believer. LISTEN: Common – “Sweet” (prod. No I.D.)
Def Jam Executive Vice President / super-producer, No I.D. speaks with Chicago’s WGCI about the upcoming Common LP, The Dreamer, The Believer, which he produced. Excellent, in-depth interview. LISTEN: No I.D. Spills Details On Common LP
A look into “Ghetto Dreams” w/Common&Nas – B.Kyle from B.Kyle on Vimeo. Directed by B.Kyle.
This is definitely good news. While in our recent review of Big Sean’s Finally Famous, we posed the question, “what if these (No I.D.) beats were given to Common?” As it turns out, Common will reunite with his longtime collaborator for The Dreamer, The Believer, as No I.D. will produce the entire thing, MTV reports: [cont.]
Corporate sponsorship ain’t always so bad, right? Hey, if record labels don’t want to put all of these artists on a track, why not allow Gatorade to do it? Chicago is represented to the fullest on this track from Gatorade’s Relay Series.
Taken from Twista’s The Perfect Storm, due November 9th.
Common is back at it and recording his new opus with the help of No. I.D. and Mr. West.The new album, tentatively titled The Believer, is scheduled to drop in the fall with the first single hitting the streets in late summer.No word on if The Believer will be exclusively produced by Kanye and Dion, [cont.]
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