May 30th 2014
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Vince did his thing and Comm still sound good 4/5.
Say bro gold you didn't stop the hip hop... song you did with mos def- time is one of the best! Keep hip hop alive.
Vintage Com , never disapoints..Word..
Rap is embarrassing as a genre these days.
This is not the Common from 'Be' or 'Like Water..."
The Boom Bap'rs are just as bad as the new school these days.
The 90s/2000s rappers still rap over that old soul, breakbeat shits that sound played out.
Ya'll those 90's wannabeats are terrible. It's 2014.
The new school just is stupid in general. A few winners, mostly losers.
My heros making garbage. The Top Dogs are making garbage (Even Jay-Z).
Ya'll making trash.
Rap, you are dead to me.
If rap is dead to you what are you here for? Just to bitch about it?
You contradict yourself my friend. What do you want to hear? You say that this song is not like, "Be" or "Like Water...", but then you say 90's dudes are still rapping over terrible 90's beats. What do you want, new beats from 90's rappers or 90's beats from 90's rappers? Make up your mind
Listened to it couple of times, this is fire!!!! Common is on point. Understand evolution, these old school dudes needs to adapt, I think Common did excellent.
Just listened to this track 3 times, to me probably the most dope track from Common. Common's verses were dope and the beat on point. Please give more.
Dude I feel you, but i must disagree! I am from the golden era of Hip Hop, I am 40 years old. I love Hip Hop music, cant get enough of it. I listen to it all the time. Unfortunately, music evolves all the time, we need to evolve with it! Don't get me wrong, I feel that MC's should be able to adapt to the current vibe but still be keep their originality, it might sound different, but still have that authenticity of a real HIP HOP ARTIST.
Way too long
great song Staples came through solid and killed it...love the beat
somehow Vince doesn't fit to Common
great song, Vince was incredible, but they let it go on too long at the end there...
Entirely produced by No I.D.? This might be my happiest moment of the month.