Common releases 21-minute, Ava DuVernay-produced, must-see "Black America" short

  /  11.04.2016

Common makes quite the splash for his 11th studio album, Black America Again.

In addition to releasing another solid LP, the Chicago emcee releases a pivotal visual to accompany the album. Executive produced by Ava DuVernay and directed by “Selma” cinematographer Bradford Young, the short film, aptly titled “Black America Again,” captures live within the black community while being told through Common Sense’s poetic rhymes.

Watch the video below.

Common’s politically-charged album, Black America Again, is available now.


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