Like Water for Chocolate is the fourth studio album by American rapper Common, released on March 28, 2000 through MCA Records. It was Common's first major label album and was both a critical and commercial breakthrough, receiving widespread acclaim from major magazine publications and selling 70,000 copies in its first week.
Legendary rapper Common is not retiring from music anytime soon. The successful actor/producer has found a lane in television and film, but music remains his first love. The rapper has announced that he will be releasing his new album, his 12th project, Let Love on August 30th. Common's Let Love album will be his first since 2016’s Black America Again...
Can I Borrow a Dollar? is the debut studio album by American rapper Common Sense, released on October 6, 1992 by Relativity Records. The album was entirely produced by No I.D. (then called Immenslope) and The Twilite Tone, with additional production by The Beatnuts, and includes guest vocals from Immenslope, Miss Jones and Common's then-girlfriend Rayshel.
Resurrection is the second studio album by American rapper Common Sense, released on October 4, 1994 by Relativity Records. It was entirely produced by No I.D., who also produced most of Common's 1992 debut Can I Borrow A Dollar?. The album received critical acclaim, but not a significant amount of mainstream attention.