15 Songs, 56 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

More than just a protest statement, this politically charged album is at once an exorcism of rage and a constructive healing ritual. Behind a refreshingly inventive beat, “Joy and Peace” allows solemnity, anger, and patience to coexist. In “Pyramids” and “Home,” Common and producer/drummer Karriem Riggins’ fusion of gospel and classic boom-bap cuts a new path toward justice and liberation.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

More than just a protest statement, this politically charged album is at once an exorcism of rage and a constructive healing ritual. Behind a refreshingly inventive beat, “Joy and Peace” allows solemnity, anger, and patience to coexist. In “Pyramids” and “Home,” Common and producer/drummer Karriem Riggins’ fusion of gospel and classic boom-bap cuts a new path toward justice and liberation.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
192 Ratings
192 Ratings
mister marcus ,

Concious Hip Hop

This is the hip hop I grew up on. We need this America. Common Sense is spitting common sense. Tis is whats up.

Dezzythaprince ,

Be, Like water for chocolate & Resurrection now this.

Common is back at it again I have a good feeling this is gonna be classic. Com is a beast lyrically. It's all about the G.O.O.D music Bruh.

Dreamvillain1994 ,

Welcome back, Common

Hip/hop needs you.

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