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One Day It’ll All Make Sense…20 Yrs Later

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One Day It’ll All Make Sense…20 Yrs Later

On September 30th, 1997 Common released his third studio album, One Day It’ll All Make Sense. It was a pivotal album in his career and one of the best albums that was released that year. On this podcast, we will discuss the album and the significance of it. One Day It’ll All Make Sense…20 Yrs Later.

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