Making Sense: A History of Hits With Common and No I.D.

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  • Nas, Common, No I.D.
  • Common, No I.D.
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  • Common, No I.D., Drake
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  • Common, No I.D. , Q-Tip, Redman
  • Common, No I.D., John Legend
  • Common, No I.D., Maya Angelou
  • Common, No I.D., Lauryn Hill
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  • Common, Lil Herb, No I.D.
  • Common, No I.D.
  • Common, No I.D., Nas, Jay-Z, Alicia Keys, Usher, Kanye West
  • Common, No I.D.
  • Common, No I.D., Cee-lo

"Resurrection"

No I.D. laced Com with a few jazz samples for the melodic title-track from his second album. Rashid made a point to never sell out as he rhymed, "My style is too developed to be arrested/It's the freestyle, so now it's out on parole/They tried to hold my soul in a holding cell so I would sell/I bonded with a break and had enough to make bail."

(Photo: Sony Records)

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