Common’s memoir One Day It’ll All Make Sense has cracked the New York Times Best Seller list at number 20. Yesterday, he sent out a message via his YouTube page thanking everyone for their support.
Last night, Mos Def and Talib Kweli brought their current tour to the House Of Blues in the Windy City and brought out the Chi’s own Common for a live performance of their track. What a breath of fresh air. fsd
Hey YN get a load of this. The day before yesterday, Common brought his book’s promo to the University of Illinois and gave the students and faculty a what—yup, another freestyle. Sidebar: Common Speaks On His Upcoming Album fsd
[vodpod id=Video.15442898&w=425&h=350&fv=launch%3D44624690%26amp%3Bwidth%3D420%26amp%3Bheight%3D245] Common woke up the early birds with his interview on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to promote his publication, the controversy on his visit to Obama’s pad and praises Esco as the “greatest rapper alive”. Sorry, Tunechi. ru
While on his promo run, Common performed at the Moet Rose Lounge in his hometown last night. Above he recites his verse from his Nas collabo and then drops a freebie below. One Day It’ll All Make Sense in stores now. fsd
[vodpod id=Video.15412532&w=425&h=350&fv=sid%3DThe_Daily_Show_Videos%26amp%3BautoPlay%3Dfalse%26amp%3BconfigParams%3Dnid%253D82125%2526site%253Dthedailyshow.com%26amp%3Bnextvideo%3Doff%26amp%3BendCapAutoPlay%3Dfalse] Common continued his book promo run by appearing on The Daily Show. He spoke to Jon Stewart on the debacle over his White House visit and of course his recent publication. Get it here.
Before his book signing yesterday, Common appeared on The Wendy Williams Show. Aside from discussing Serena Williams and the three things he can’t live without, he kicked a freestyle. hhnm