Common ft. Queen Latifah - Next Time (Just Wright)

Posted 6 years ago
Tags: Common
Producer:
Kanye West
Album:
Go! (Common Classics)

You’ve probably seen the trailer for Common’s upcoming film Just Wright. However, you may not know that Common also has a new album, Go! (Common Classics), scheduled to be released May 25, which features some classic hits and brand new exclusives. One of those new tracks featured on the album is Next Time (Just Wright), which also brings on his movie co-star Queen Latifah and production by Kanye West. For some, the beat and name may sound familiar; it was released earlier this year as a track that didn’t make Finding Forever, but this version has all new verses. Using a sample from The Moments’ The Next Time That I See You, (for all you crate diggers) the production is real soft and laid back, and with Common’s new lyrics and already smooth flow over the beat, it’s hard not to just sit back and enjoy the dynamic duo of Ye and Sense. Personally, this will be put on my morning shower playlist (don’t judge), but what do you think? Do the Chi-town emcees plus the Queen’s vocals equal a hit?

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