Phonographic Copyright (p) – Relativity Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – Relativity Records, Inc.
Recorded At – Battery Studios, Chicago
Mixed At – Mirror Image
Mastered At – Frankford/Wayne Mastering Labs
Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
Produced For – Invisible Music
hardcore and real she is She was really the realest, before she got into showbiz I did her, not just to say that I did it But Im committed girl, hes committed but so many niggas hit it That shes just not the same lettin' all these groupies do her I see niggas slammin' her and takin' her to the. sewer But Ima take her back, hopin' that the shit stop Cause who Im talkin' about, yall, is hip-hop To the beat, yall, and you dont stop A-yes, yes yall, and you dont stop Mainframe, yo, they gotta be the sure shot A-yes, yes, yall, and you dont stop To the. I Used to Love . is a hip hop song by the Chicago-born rapper Common. Released on the 1994 album Resurrection, I Used to Love . has since become one of Common's best known songs. Produced by No I. its jazzy beat samples The Changing World by George Benson. A video directed by Chris Halliburton was made for this song. The song is also found on Common's greatest hits album, Thisisme Then. Common Sense - I Use To Love . from Common Sense's Resurrection and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Common Sense. 149,557 listeners. Yes, yes, y'all and you don't stop To the beat ya'll and you don't stop Yes yes, y'all and you don't stop 1, 2, ya'll and you don't stop Yes yes . is a song by American rapper Common then known as Common Sense, released in 1994 on Relativity Records. It is the first single released from his 1994 album Resurrection, and has since become one of his best known songs. The song used an extended metaphor, using a woman to represent hip hop music. The acronym . means hearing every rhyme. The song speaks on the direction that hip hop music was taking during the late 1980s and early 1990s, specifically referring to the. by Common. Album: Resurrection 1994. is an acronym for Hearing Every Rhyme. Common laments mainstream rap's sacrifice of meaningful lyrics for superficiality, particularly the praise of the blinged-out and violent gangsta lifestyle. No I. produced this track using a SP1200 sampler to generate the bass line that he blended with the George Benson sample. Common came with this incredible story, which at the time we had no idea would be so revered, he told Complex. Once he had the rap in his head, it was just a matter of making it come across the best. Скачать песню Common Sense I Used To Love . на телефон рингтон на звонок, либо слушать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps вы можете на songs sampled in Common's I Used to Love . I'm Gonna Do You by Jungle Brothers 1988. Still Talkin' by Eazy-E 1988. Album 1994 15 Songs. I was just that young Chicago dude sitting around drinking beers with my homies, he says of the time following his 1992 debut Can I Borrow a Dollar, which he recorded under the name Common Sense. But I was also seeking out knowledge. which would become one of his most famous tracks, is a piercing polemic on what he sees as hip-hops spiritual decline, while the solemn horns of Nuthin to Do find him reminiscing about his early years sipping alcohol with his old Chi-Town crew
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