|1||I Used To Love H.E.R.||4:29|
|2||I Used To Love H.E.R. (Acapella)|
|3||I Used To Love H.E.R. (Instrumental)||4:43|
- Producer – No I.D., Peter Kang
Recorded at Battery Studios, Chicago.
Engineered by Chris Brickley & Stephen Georgiafandis.
Mixed at Mirror Image.
She probably get her money in L. A And she did stud, she got big pub, but what was foul She said that the pro-black was goin' out of style She said, Afrocentricity was of the past So she got into R&B, hip-house, bass, and jazz Now black music is black music and its all good I wasnt. beat, yall, and you dont stop A-yes, yes yall, and you dont stop A-one, two, Com Sense is gonna drop, haha I used to love I used to love I used to love I used to love I used to love I. used to love I used to love . went and fucked up all the shit, yall You aint got your woman in check, man . I Used to Love . is a hip hop song by the Chicago-born rapper Common. Released on the 1994 album Resurrection, I Used to Love . has since become one of Common's best known songs. Produced by No I. its jazzy beat samples The Changing World by George Benson. A video directed by Chris Halliburton was made for this song. The song is also found on Common's greatest hits album, Thisisme Then. On I Used to Love . the classic first single off his 1994 sophomore album Resurrection, Common Sense who now goes by Common for legal reasons tells the story of a girl he met as a kid with whom he eventually fell in love. Over the years, though, they have drifted apart due to the girls changing personas. It isnt until the very end of the song that Common reveals that he hasnt been rapping about a girl at all, but using the phases of the womans life as a metaphor for the evolution of hip-hop. In a 1995 interview on Yo MTV Raps, Common talked about the theme of the song . 2007 г. Common Sense - I Use To Love . Off Hes Resurrection Album True Hip Hop. Common - I Used To Love . The Roots - What They Do No Subtitles Official. is a song by American rapper Common then known as Common Sense, released in 1994 on Relativity Records. It is the first single released from his 1994 album Resurrection, and has since become one of his best known songs. The song used an extended metaphor, using a woman to represent hip hop music. The acronym . means hearing every rhyme. The song speaks on the direction that hip hop music was taking during the late 1980s and early 1990s, specifically referring to the. Songs in album Common - I Used To Love . Vinyl 12 1994. A Capella. Common - Communism LP Version. Common - Communism Instrumental. Common - Communism A Capella. Total votes: 1. by Common. Album: Resurrection 1994. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . songfacts . In this song, Common relates hip-hop music to a woman. In the early '90s, gangsta rap went mainstream as artists like Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg became very popular, and Common used this song to express his dissatisfaction with the genre. The song created some tension between the East Coast and West Coast rappers. This samples The Changing World by George Benson. Common Sense. Common Communism: Yo Troy I'ma come on the rhythm with a little bit of Communism Yeah, hah So check it out, yeah Chick. a sense of direction and a compass Come past MC's with compassion, though I heard the screams of But I ain't shy, so why shall I comfort Commiserate at the fort with Jeff I'm so ill But I chilled in my compartment with no company and no meals Now Com can get the panty, but I want my own company. album: Resurrection 1994. I Used To Love . Book Of Life. Скачать песню Common Sense I Used To Love . на телефон рингтон на звонок, либо слушать mp3 в хорошем качестве 320 kbps вы можете на