Common releases new track
2011-07-03 by Tyler | 21 Comments

Common has released "Ghetto Dreams," featuring Nas. It is the first single off of his upcoming album The Dreamer, The Believer.

http://soundcloud.com/nasirjones/common-ghetto-dreams-feat-nas

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pmmets07
July 3rd 2011

5866 Comments


Common looks like he's buggin out in that pic

ForgiverForgetter
July 3rd 2011

36 Comments


Not bad. Miss his old style though.

Masochist
July 3rd 2011

8012 Comments


Track is BOMB. That beat is so simple I could've come up with it, and it works with that purposefully grainy production to make it seem like they found a random sample right there in the studio, looped it, freestyled over it and slapped it on the album after one single take. I love that about it; it gives it a "straight off the corner" feel.

Also, Nasty Nas earns his name again ;-).

Can't wait for this album to drop!

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PistolPete
July 3rd 2011

3591 Comments


beats in the song are sexy

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NickelbackFTL
July 3rd 2011

229 Comments


this song is awesome. Extremely excited for both of these guys' albums.

mmfarva
July 3rd 2011

1352 Comments


I love this track, outstanding vibe. It actually gives me hope for the new Common.

AlonsoHarris
July 3rd 2011

466 Comments


finally common comes out with some non will i am shit

qwe3
July 3rd 2011

21355 Comments


beat is so good

FearThyEvil
July 3rd 2011

12501 Comments


Really good.

ShadowRemains
July 3rd 2011

20542 Comments


lots of rap comebacks this year it seems

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gosk8n
July 3rd 2011

1046 Comments


Awesome track

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Infernis
July 4th 2011

398 Comments


This is such a relief, haha.

Tupik
July 4th 2011

671 Comments


Heard this a couple of days ago, really strong. Nas seems pretty hot lately, very encouraging for both of them

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808muzik
July 4th 2011

939 Comments


Hell yeah! Glad Com's past his club music phase. And Nas is sounding Nasty again. Shit, can't wait for both their albums now.

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Inveigh
July 4th 2011

24950 Comments


whoa that was actually good

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Bandido
July 4th 2011

816 Comments


Agreed with everybody else, the beat is pretty sick. Solid verses too.

Good comeback by some awesome 90s rappers... still eagerly awaiting Andre 3K to release something....

bloc
July 4th 2011

34790 Comments


Song is so good, reminds me of the 90's

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808muzik
July 4th 2011

939 Comments


Yes, 2011 needs more Andre.

qwe3
July 4th 2011

21355 Comments


nas' verse is better tho

damn 2 songs and he doesnt suck on either of them this yr clap clap

Deviant.
Staff Reviewer
July 5th 2011

31097 Comments


beat is dope

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JizzInMyPants
July 5th 2011

2369 Comments


this is very good



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