The artist formally known as Sense is working on a new album and slid through Sway In The Morning to showoff what he has been working on.
Common, Malik Yusef and a host of others take their stand against the Flint, Michigan water crisis with the video “Trouble In The Water.” At the end of the video there is a petition people can sign calling on Michigan Governor Rick Snyder to create a compensation fund for the victims of the Flint water crisis.
The petition can be viewed and signed here.
Tim Westwood continues to drop excellence in the form of these vintage freestyles. For this edition, he digs back to the year 2000 when the late Guru and the artist formally known as Sense kick rhymes over Dr. Dre’s “The Next Episode.”
The Artist Formally Known As Sense joins fellow Chi-Town rapper Lil Bibby as the duo drop knowledge over Jake One production on “Speak To Em.”
The artist formally known as Sense speaks candidly about racism in the current era along with the film “Selma” with Yahoo! News’ Katie Couric. No, it’s not a new song but enjoy the conversation and be enlightened.
MC Lyte and The Artist Formally Known as Sense drop visuals for this powerful anthem for #EducateOURMen. Salute to these two living legends.
MC Lyte’s new track, “Dear John” f/ Common & 10Beats, is the anthem for #EducateOURMen, which is the signature scholarship initiative of MC Lyte’s Hip Hop Sisters Foundation, which has presented two $100,000 university scholarships during the Soul Train Music Awards Red Carpet Pre-Show each year since the organization’s founding. This year, the foundation will present dozens of scholarships earmarked to send men to HBCU’s. Russell Simmons, Dr. Benjamin Chavis, Jada Pinkett Smith and Faith Evans are just of the few celebrities who support the foundation’s movement (EducateOURMen.info).
Fresh off of their performance together at the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards, Common and Jay Electronica have announced that they will be touring together. The “Nobodys Smiling” tour, named after Common’s album of the same title, starts in Las Vegas on November 21 and will end in New York on December 10. Check out the tour dates below.
11/21 – Las Vegas, NV (House of Blues)
11/23 – Santa Ana, CA (The Observatory)
11/24 – Los Angeles, CA (House of Blues)
11/28 – Albuquerque, NM (Sunshine Theatre)
11/29 – Denver, CO (Ogden Theatre)
12/01 – Dallas, TX (House of Blues)
12/02 – Houston, TX (Warehouse Live)
12/03 – New Orleans, LA (Howling Wolf G)
12/04 – Atlanta, GA (The Tabernacle)
12/07 – Washington, DC (Fillmore)
12/08 – Philadelphia, PA (Theatre of Living Arts)
12/09 – New York, NY (Fillmore)
12/10 – New York, NY (Fillmore)