Common Feat. Black Thought – When We Move

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Normal and Black Thought observes Blackness in the entirety of its wonder on “When We Move”.

Veteran MC Common is back with another progressive hymn. The funk-roused single, “When We Move” highlights lyricist Black Thought and Nigerian vocalist Seun Kuti. Kuti is the child of incredible afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti. Kuti’s rhythm and saxophone riffs add a particular layer of diasporic-impacted sounds to the track.

While observing Black individuals, Common is deliberate about being comprehensive by invalidating any thoughts of decency governmental issues. “I’ma simply give Black force its blossoms/Whether in the tasks or the royal residence,” he raps.

Normal and Black Thought recently collaborated on “Say Peace” for his 2020 arrival of A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 1. The Chicago local as of late declared its development, A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 2, which is set to be delivered on September tenth. The collection will likewise incorporate joint efforts with Jessica Care Moore, PJ, Marcus King, Isaiah Sharkey, Brittany Howard, and Morgan Parker.

When talking about the collection, Common shared he needed “to carry delight to individuals’ souls, amusing to their lives and grins to their spirits.”

Normal, Black Thought, and Seun Kuti play out their new cooperation interestingly on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (on August 19).

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