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Common and Lil Herb Trade Crowns for Souls on "The Neighborhood"

Common and Lil Herb bridge two decades of Chicago rap in their new collaboration,"The Neighborhood," a harrowing account of street life backed by a melancholy Curtis Mayfield sample and a wailing hook from singer Cocaine 80s. "The Neighborhood" sets the mood for Common's aptly-titled 10th LP, Nobody's Smiling, and despite generational and stylistic gaps, the smooth Common and dour Herb sound natural together lurking through the South Side. For more on Lil Herb, check out our recent GEN F profile.

Stream: Common f. Lil Herb, "The Neighborhood"

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Common and Lil Herb Trade Crowns for Souls on "The Neighborhood"