Common’s 1994 sophomore album Resurrectionwas what really placed the Chicago emcee squarely on everyone’s tongue and birthed the song that is acknowledged as the penultimate Hip Hop anthem, I Used to Love H.E.R. Common Sense did his thing, but there was another major force behind that album, No I.D., who completely produced Resurrection. No I.D. went on to produce for everyone from Jay-Z and Ghostface to Toni Braxton! enjoy the sonics from one of his early crowning moments HERE

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