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The rapper was joined by legendary producer Dion "No I.D." Wilson, and wanted to emphasize how important it is for kids to understand there are more jobs within the music industry than just being an artist.

As we previously reported  Common announced that he has a new album on the way. The No I.D. produced album is entitled “Nobody’s Smiling”. RELATED: Common Announces…

Thank the high heavens! Common‘s voice has been sorely missed and according to Revolt TV he is on his way back to our ipods soon!…

On September 10, 2013, Reem Docs will celebrate the release of its debut project DEMOS: An Independent Artist’s Guide To Success with a free, one-night online screening of the film. The screening will be presented at 7:00pm EST in partnership with leading video-sharing site DailyMotion.com and will be made available through some of the most […]

Wordsmith Common‘s last album The Dreamer/The Believer was hailed as one of the best albums of 2011, but it was lost on fans due to…

Nas, Large Professor and NO ID lace up a pre-metrocard NYC subway token experience for “my trapped in the ’90s n*ggas” on this beast of…

With his memoirs making headlines Common is letting the fans know that he is still making good music with his latest single, “Blue Sky.” His next album, The Dreamer, The Believer, will be out later this year.  NO ID is bringing his A-game on this album because between this and “Ghetto Dreams” he’s two-for-two on […]

Common ditches the electro-robotic sound on his last album, Universal Mind Control, and returns to the raw street vibe of his earlier works.  This sick beat is produced by none-other than No I.D., who also produced many songs one of my favorite Common albums, One Day It’ll All Make Sense. His upcoming album produced by […]

Today, Detroit rapper Big Sean released his debut album on Kanye West‘s G.O.O.D. Music label. When I listen to Finally Famous, I can’t help but draw comparisons to Drake; both artists are obsessed with fame and women, and their lyrical content reflects that. But unlike Drake’s Thank Me Later, Big Sean’s debut album is markedly […]

Four of Chicago's finest, Common, Lupe Fiasco, Jennifer Hudson, and producer No I.D., got together to record "We Can Do It Now" for the third season of Gatorade's "Replay" web series.

Common’s last album, Universal Mind Control, left a lot of long time fans of the Chi-town MC scratching their heads.