COMMON set to release new album Let Love

July 11, 2019
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GRAMMY® Award-winning rapper COMMON will release his new album Let Love on August 30, 2019 , his debut for Loma Vista Recordings. In tandem with this announcement, he shared his latest single and music video entitled “Hercules” [feat. Swizz Beatz ]. On the track, he serves up his sharp signature wordplay between soulful backing vocals from Swizz Beatz . Meanwhile, the music video directed by Carrick [Weezer] sees Common thwart a convenience store robbery caught on surveillance camera—in between rapping into his iPhone. Vince Staples makes a cameo as the cashier. 

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