Common, DJ Quik, Immortal Technique, Action Bronson, Layzie Bone & Flesh-N-Bone of Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Royce Da 5’9″ & Crooked I of Slaugtherhouse, and A-Trak describe what “This Generation” means to them.
Get More: Music News No I.D. Kanye West. Two producers Common’s planning on working with for his next album. Let’s be real though. We all know that album is not dropping in January.
No I.D. out of the kindness of his heart, I guess, released this unreleased Common track that was for The Dreamer/The Believer. Check it out below.
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Cocaine 80’s (Common, James Fauntleroy, Makeba Riddick, & No I.D.) drop this new song called “This Can’t Be A Crime”. Download: Cocaine 80’s-This Can’t Be A Crime
Rick Ross is prepping to drop God Forgives, I Don’t at some point this year. Until then, he decides to drop this free mixtape for you all to enjoy or not enjoy depending on who you are. Who enjoyed it from Dead End Hip Hop? Click play and check out what we think about Rick …