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D Smoke connects with SiR for “Common Sense”

The track will appear on D Smoke’s forthcoming album ‘War & Wonders.’

D Smoke’s “Common Sense” artwork EMPIRE

Next Friday (Sept. 24), D Smoke will unveil his next body of work War & Wonders, which will see 16 tracks with features from Marsha Ambrosius, Tobe Nwigwe, WESTSIDE BOOGIE, BJ The Chicago Kid, John Legend, and more. Following the well-received single “Shame On You,” the Inglewood talent keeps the momentum going with “Common Sense,” a collaboration alongside his brother SiR that sees the artists asking a variety of important questions for us both as individuals and as a community:

“Uh, hate ain’t worth a dollar, and a lie ain’t worth a cent, soWho you workin’ for, who you represent? ... I still got weed for all my visitors, I keep some drank too, too, they roll that leaf and slur their sentences, that shit be dank too, but what’s the price we pay for common sense? ... Or that grain we go against?”

War & Wonders will follow last year’s critically acclaimed effort Black Habits, which saw 16 tracks and — in addition to SiR and D Smoke’s other brother Davion Farris — contributions from Snoop Dogg, Jill Scott, Ari Lennox, and Jackie Gouche. Earlier this year, D Smoke celebrating the one-year anniversary of Black Habits by adding on four tracks and new assists from E-40 and Snow The Product for a deluxe upgrade.

Press play on D Smoke and SiR’s “Common Sense,” and check out the full tracklisting for War & Wonders, below.

War & Wonders tracklist:

  1. “War & Wonders”
  2. “Dirty Mercedes”
  3. “Shame On You”
  4. “Road Rage” with Marsha Ambrosius and Dem Jointz
  5. “Mind My Business”
  6. “Find My Way” with Tobe Nwigwe and BJ the Chicago Kid
  7. “Crossover” with WESTSIDE BOOGIE
  8. “Common Sense” with SiR
  9. “Why Run”
  10. “Stay True” with John Legend
  11. “Say Go”
  12. “Good Thing”
  13. “Sleepwalking” with Fireboy DML
  14. “Better Half”
  15. “Clockwork” with Marsha Ambrosius
  16. “Free Write”

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