34. Common f/ Nas “Ghetto Dreams” (2011)
It was teetering on 15 long years since Common and No ID had worked together. But in 2011, our dreams were finally realized with “Ghetto Dreams” — the debut release from their reunion album, The Dreamer, The Believer. And as an added bonus, Chi-Town’s Nas snagged a feature from the actual Nas, giving hip-hoppers something to believe in in 2011.
The album was a solid outing, but this joint in particular gave listeners a shot of nostalgia, and proved that even after a 15 year break, the chemistry will always be there for Common and No ID — it has always worked, and it always will.
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