Common ft. Lily Allen - Drivin Me Wild

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Common
Featuring:
Producer:
Kanye West
Album:
Finding Forever

Considered by many to be the man who can bring hip-hop back to life, Common will release Drivin’ Me Wild as the next single from the newly-released yet already successful Finding Forever.  Common’s skill in the oft-forgotten art of storytelling is on display as he narrates three separate stories; a young woman in search of a man to start a family, a young man trying to go major in the rap industry, and a young couple struggling to make their relationship last.  Perfectly in tune with UK singer Lily Allen‘s chorus vocals and Kanye West‘s classic-sounding production, Drivin’ Me Wild should give true hip hop fans additional assurance that hip-hop is still very much alive in the hearts of true MCs.

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