Cat No: LVR01683

In Common’s own words:

“It is music to uplift, heal, and inspire listeners dealing with racial injustices as well as other social injustices. It’s affirmation. It’s recognition. It’s elevation. It’s music to go with a movement. Because the truth is, there is still so much work to do.”

Commons history as an artist demonstrates his awareness of himself as a creative, the responsibility of an artist to reflect our times, and staying true to his vision. This EP project is a continuation of that legacy of making music with a message. During this unprecedented time, Common has been involved in COVID fundraisers and activism, Black Lives Matter, and racial justice protests, rallies, and discussion forums. He has also launched a wellness series for mind and body, and his stressed mental health and self-love as being necessary to achieve racial justice. He most recently launched a voting initiative with Alicia Keys called U2020. And he wrote a recorded a song for the impactful new childrens show on Netflix, Bookmarks, produced by The Obamas. The song is titled Dont Forget Who You Are.

1. (A Beautiful Revolution) Intro

2. Fallin

3. Say Peace featuring Black Thought

4. What Do You Say (Move It Baby) featuring PJ

5. Courageous featuring PJ

6. A Place In This World featuring PJ

7. A Riot In My Mind featuring Lenny Kravitz

8. Don’t Forget Who You Are featuring PJ

9. (A Beautiful Revolution) Outro

A Beautiful Revolution (Part 1)

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Cat No: LVR01683

In Common's own words:

"It is music to uplift, heal, and inspire listeners dealing with racial injustices as well as other social injustices. It's affirmation. It's recognition. It's elevation. It's music to go with a movement. Because the truth is, there is still so much work to do."

Common’s history as an artist demonstrates his awareness of himself as a creative, the responsibility of an artist to reflect our times, and staying true to his vision. This EP project is a continuation of that legacy of making music with a message. During this unprecedented time, Common has been involved in COVID fundraisers and activism, Black Lives Matter, and racial justice protests, rallies, and discussion forums. He has also launched a wellness series for mind and body, and his stressed mental health and self-love as being necessary to achieve racial justice. He most recently launched a voting initiative with Alicia Keys called U2020. And he wrote a recorded a song for the impactful new children’s show on Netflix, Bookmarks, produced by The Obamas. The song is titled “Don’t Forget Who You Are.”

1. (A Beautiful Revolution) Intro

2. Fallin

3. Say Peace featuring Black Thought

4. What Do You Say (Move It Baby) featuring PJ

5. Courageous featuring PJ

6. A Place In This World featuring PJ

7. A Riot In My Mind featuring Lenny Kravitz

8. Don't Forget Who You Are featuring PJ

9. (A Beautiful Revolution) Outro

Cat No: LVR01684

In Common's own words:

"It is music to uplift, heal, and inspire listeners dealing with racial injustices as well as other social injustices. It's affirmation. It's recognition. It's elevation. It's music to go with a movement. Because the truth is, there is still so much work to do."

Common’s history as an artist demonstrates his awareness of himself as a creative, the responsibility of an artist to reflect our times, and staying true to his vision. This EP project is a continuation of that legacy of making music with a message. During this unprecedented time, Common has been involved in COVID fundraisers and activism, Black Lives Matter, and racial justice protests, rallies, and discussion forums. He has also launched a wellness series for mind and body, and his stressed mental health and self-love as being necessary to achieve racial justice. He most recently launched a voting initiative with Alicia Keys called U2020. And he wrote a recorded a song for the impactful new children’s show on Netflix, Bookmarks, produced by The Obamas. The song is titled “Don’t Forget Who You Are.”

1. (A Beautiful Revolution) Intro

2. Fallin

3. Say Peace featuring Black Thought

4. What Do You Say (Move It Baby) featuring PJ

5. Courageous featuring PJ

6. A Place In This World featuring PJ

7. A Riot In My Mind featuring Lenny Kravitz

8. Don't Forget Who You Are featuring PJ

9. (A Beautiful Revolution) Outro

Cat No: LVR01686

In Common's own words:

"It is music to uplift, heal, and inspire listeners dealing with racial injustices as well as other social injustices. It's affirmation. It's recognition. It's elevation. It's music to go with a movement. Because the truth is, there is still so much work to do."

Common’s history as an artist demonstrates his awareness of himself as a creative, the responsibility of an artist to reflect our times, and staying true to his vision. This EP project is a continuation of that legacy of making music with a message. During this unprecedented time, Common has been involved in COVID fundraisers and activism, Black Lives Matter, and racial justice protests, rallies, and discussion forums. He has also launched a wellness series for mind and body, and his stressed mental health and self-love as being necessary to achieve racial justice. He most recently launched a voting initiative with Alicia Keys called U2020. And he wrote a recorded a song for the impactful new children’s show on Netflix, Bookmarks, produced by The Obamas. The song is titled “Don’t Forget Who You Are.”

1. (A Beautiful Revolution) Intro

2. Fallin

3. Say Peace featuring Black Thought

4. What Do You Say (Move It Baby) featuring PJ

5. Courageous featuring PJ

6. A Place In This World featuring PJ

7. A Riot In My Mind featuring Lenny Kravitz

8. Don't Forget Who You Are featuring PJ

9. (A Beautiful Revolution) Outro

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Genre:Hip Hop Record Label:Capitol Release Date:05/02/2021
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