Produced by No ID
Snoh and Com do this crazy No ID beat justice on “Bad Things.” The video definitely brings the track to life, and today we up the ante buy also bringing you a stream of Snoh’s new album, There Will Be Sunshine, which was produced entirely by No ID.
The project is six songs deep and features Common and Cocaine 80s. It’s also available for purchase if you’d like to own it now via Epic/Artium – grab it here. And streat There Will Be Sunshine below.
Common enlists Malik Yusef and a large crew of other talented artists to raise awareness on global climate change, with the educational “Trouble In The Water.” This will appear on the charity project, HOME, which is due out in the near future.
Press play and spread the word in support of a good cause.
“This War We Fight” is a poem from Common, which he originally performed at The White House for the 2014 Veteran’s Day celebration a few days ago. Com returns today with an accompanying visual for the poem, which you can check out above. Well done, Com.
Queen Latifah’s former Just Wright co-star, the boy Com Sense, dropped by her show to promote his new album, Nobody’s Smiling, and the other 1000 things he has going on right now (he’s busy, duh.) The two old friends talk shop, and then Com hit the stage to perform one of my personal favorites from Nobody’s Smiling, “Rewind That.” Check out what you missed above.
Rapper, author, actor, poet, father — and now Common can add reality TV host to his resume. Kicking off in January (1/6/15), Common will be the esteemed host of Spike TV’s furniture repair show, Framework. Common also serves as executive producer of the show, so look for his big checks to continue to roll in. Can’t say we saw this coming, but it’s not a surprise. Com stays killing.
Check out the trailer above. Spotted at HHW.
Common recently sat down with Revolt TV and took some time to reflect on the 20-year anniversary of his second studio album, Resurrection. The album, which features “I Used To Love H.E.R.”, was originally released October 25th, 1994. Crazy, right?
In the clip above, Com touches on his sophomore album and what it’s like to still be working with No I.D. and Twilite Tone twenty years later. Check out what Com had to say above and be sure to revisit Resurrection.
MC Lyte and Com’s “Dear John” gets the visual treatment. No relation to the film of the same name with Channing Tatum, though.
This song actually serves as the anthem for #EducateOURMen,the scholarship initiative of MC Lyte’s Hip Hop Sisters Foundation. Watch the video above and read more about #EducateOURMen below.
Produced by No I.D.
Following the release of “Fire’s All Around You”, Artium songstress Snoh Aalegra returns with another new offering. With No I.D. providing production, Snoh proves yet again why she’s someone you should be paying attention to and even gets a little assistance from Com. Do the right thing and press play below.
Directed by Verluxe and Will Gates. Produced by Brian ‘All Day’ Miller’.
G Herbo, Com and Chano take everyone on a tour through the streets of Chicago in the official video for the “Fight Or Flight” remix. If you missed the mp3, grab it right here.
Herb’s debut effort, Welcome To Fazoland, is available for stream and download here. Look for Herb’s new project, Ballin’ Like I’m Kobe, to impact soon.
Tonight at the BET Hip-Hop Awards, Common really took a stand by paying tribute to Mike Brown, his family and the people of Ferguson, MO. Common was joined on stage by Vince Staples and Jay Electronica to perform their “Kingdom (Remix),” and were later joined by Mike Brown and his family for a moment of silence. All hands were in the air.
Check out the clip above.