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Common The Dreamer, The Believer

A couple weeks back I was invited by the homey DJ Reflex to check out an event he hosted for Common’s new album, “The Dreamer, The Believer.” The Sayer’s Club provided the venue for the intimate affair. It was amazing to see one of my all-time favorite MC’s perform his new tracks as well as give some insight into his thought process for the songs.

I highly recommend purchasing the album as it represents true hip hop. My favorite track is “Celebrate.” If you want to take a listen Complex has it streaming HERE.

2 Responses to Common The Dreamer, The Believer

  1. Geoff

    You’re lucky going to that! Common’s new album is brilliant, well worth checking out.

  2. Man. Some of you guys always get the scoop on things. Would have loved to see Common up close and personal. NIce job dude.

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