Listen To Common & No I.D. Discuss Nobody’s Smiling However You Like (Video)

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After over two decades in the game, Common releases his tenth studio album, Nobody’s Smiling, to the masses today. Already receiving quite a positive buzz within the community, the Chicago themed project features exclusive production from longtime friend No I.D. as well as numerous artists including Jhene Aiko, Big Sean, Vince Staples and fellow Chicagoans Lil Herb, Dreezy, Cocaine 80s, and Malik Yusef.

Common and No I.D. decided to add a few more hearty ingredients to the pot by sitting down in front of the camera to discuss their recent collaboration in greater detail with the use of Interlude’s brand new, user dictated technology. Instead of waiting for Common or No I.D. to discuss your favorite track, viewers now hold the cards in their own hands with the capability of choosing which direction they wish to watch the conversation with the click of a button.

After listening to the interview and deciding which tracks you want to hear first, or if you’d simply like to hear from top to bottom, you can now stream the album or download it on iTunes.

Where does this album stand against the rest of Common’s discography?

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