Snoh & Common Say Bad Things Over A No I.D. Instrumental (Audio)

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The history between Common and No I.D. has been well documented for some years, but their relationship with Swedish R&B songstress Snoh may be a little lesser known to the average Head.

Looking up to iconic artists including her all-time hero, Michael Jackson, Snoh Aalegra began honing in on her powerful, soulful voice at the age of 9 before entering the music industry just five years later. Now, Snoh has been developing a strong rapport with No I.D. for the past few years and is a recent signee to his ARTium Recordings label alongside Common, Jhene Aiko, Elijah Blake and Vince Staples.

After a slew of releases with the Grammy Award winning producer and an appearance on Common’s Nobody’s Smiling album with the Dreezy assisted cut “Hustle Harder,” Snoh teams up with the Chicago bred duo yet again for her latest single, “Bad Things.” A pacing, head nodding instrumental situates itself seamlessly underneath Snoh’s passionate vocals and Common’s introspective lyricism, and quite frankly, it’s a good thing.

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