℗ 2019 Common., Under exclusive license to Loma Vista Recordings. Distributed by Concord Music Group, Inc.
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Dope music. I have listened to the album over 5 times. I think the only thing I had wished for was an actually singer on “My Fancy Future.” Other than that, Common’s pen game is nasty. The music is mature and groovy, which it should be because he is middle aged. The project very introspective which generates a certain kind of honesty that makes it easy to connect with. I love you bro. Thanks for the project from a dope MC who became a teacher, that never made it was a rapper, to a dope MC, who made and still making classic music. Salute. Ase’
I actually like each song individually on the album. It's mature, it's honest and has a good message that hip hop truly needs. I really enjoyed reading his book and I was really looking forward to this album. It's just that this album often sounds like he's reading the book or he's a public speaker rather than actually rapping. I just don't see myself in the mood very often to want to listen to this straight through. The songs are better mixed in with his other classics on playlists. It's rather slow at times and sounds repetative. I don't mind a smoother soulful sound but it lacks that great feel from a song like Glory with John Legend. * Her Love is a decent song but I used to love her was a classic and Common brought a sound to it that no one else was doing at the time. He doesn't need to keep it going. Hercules is also a good song when thrown into other playlists but it doesn't really flow with the album. There are not a lot of cuss words but the occasional N word and F word just kind of devalue his message. It feels fake like he's trying to keep street cred or something. He's almost 50, It's time to move on from that language especially when he's trying to convey love as a message. I admit in the 90's I used to hate the clean versions but I'm 40 now and I just don't want to here those words anymore in music. I love Common. I love his message on this album. It is a good album but musically I just won't put it on replay too much.
This is a man in every aspect of the concept. The arrangements, compositions and lyrics are conscious and relevant for this generation. This album is a gem in the midst of straight trash hip hop. Another winner!
This Album is Amazing! I love the production, I love the lyricism. Everything is on point. Real hip hop. Grow folk music. Hercules is going to be one the most slept on tracks, that track is incredible. The album is on repeat. I can’t believe you made this album. Incredible. Thank you.
Common has been consistent and that’s why I respect him so much . Today all the music coming out he majority of it is trash but my Dude common never disappoints. Ode to Love ...God is Love. I Stan
This is Hip Hop at its finest from the heart and soul of a man who truly loves it! From Love, from experience and growth. As with everything, when you grow you change, and when you change you get better! The lyrics are deep, and so is he! I love Love and ‘let love’ is EVERYTHING!
If hunger is the best chef, this album is a testament that Common is well fed. This album is whack. And, I still pump “Resurrection,” “One Day...,” and “Like Water.” There’s no there here. It feels and sounds empty— is he under contract to keep making music? If not, drop the mic. You’ve made your mark but you’re only as good as your last noy]the. Garbage.