New Music: Common – ‘The Dreamer/The Believer’ [Full Album]

The Dreamer/The Believer

Common is letting listeners preview his ninth album The Dreamer/The Believer before its release. The 12-track project was executive produced by No I.D. and features the singles “Blue Sky” and “Celebrate,” along with appearances from Maya Angelou (“The Dreamer”), Nas (“Ghetto Dreams”), and John Legend (“The Believer”). Listen to the entire album before it arrives on December 20.

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16 Comments

  1. Jacqual M.

    This stinks!

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    GOOD Reply:

    @Jacqual M.,
    Stupid lil’ wayne stan

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    Randy Reply:

    @GOOD, he said nothing about lil wayne

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    Miks Reply:

    @Randy, only lil wayne stan can hate this album ! ( and nicki minaj stan too)

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    Breezy Reply:

    @Randy, your f’ing dumb

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  2. Tony

    your wack for disrespecting good hip hop

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  3. africanpride

    Real hiphop

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  4. Nguyen-Luan

    Going to cop this album when it drops

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  5. EmAyDee

    I miss common back when he was Common Sense. This is dope don’t get me wrong, especially in the state hip hop is in now. You got shitty young money hip hop, and everything else. just crap. I heard some asher roth the other day and it was called pabst and jazz and that was hotter then most music we hear on the radio. BRING BACK HIP HOP LIKE DE LA SOUL/ LAURYN HIL/ AND A TRIBE CALLED QUEST!!!!

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  6. Lisa

    Masterpiece. Go back to listening to Wacky Garbaj.

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  7. ac3

    Gold is def my fav track. good music

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  8. GolfWang

    Whoever said hip-hop is dead clearly hasn’t listened to this #dope

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  9. CarlosBonegro

    i like it

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  10. Advice

    ALBUM IS GD THOUGH I WISH THERE MORE SONGS OF HIM AND NAS

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  11. Mr nice watch

    @Advice, they releasing a collab next year called Nas.Com. I hope it doesn’t get shelved

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  12. M.I.

    Def. some dope shit. Waaayyy better than his last album

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