Common is prepping his highly anticipated seventh album, Finding Forever, for a July 31st release on G.O.O.D Music/Geffen Records. The album is the follow up to the four times Grammy nominated, critically heralded and Kanye West produced Be, which spawned hits including 'The Game' 'The Corner,' 'Go,' and 'Testify.'
On Finding Forever, Common, rips the mic like a hungry newcomer. The street single 'The Game' produced by Kanye with scratches by the legendary DJ Premier is a horn drenched, vintage NY rap boom-bap banger from the Chi-town emcee, no less. Finding Forever, finds Kanye again taking the bulk of production work with help from Will.I.Am on the sultry 'I Want You,' the late great J. Dilla on 'So Far To Go,' featuring a surprise guest appearance by D'Angelo and G.O.O.D Music producer Devo Springsteen on 'Misunderstood.'
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