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by - written on 30/03/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
The Chicago MC, who most know now as Common, released his debut, "Can I Borrow A Dollar?" as Common Sense in 1992. Coming straight out of his days as a B-Boy on the Southside Chi-Town streets, it is prior to the time he became a conscious Hip Hop act as did lots of political work, but has a distinctive underground sound which was then dominated by East Coasters. 1. "A Penny For My Thoughts" To start this one off you find him just breaking into one of many killer tunes on this album as you get No I.D. (then known as Immenslope) providing some relevant movie snippets to sample before he shows what he is able to do with classic ... Read the complete review
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