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Video: Common @ The Shrine in Chicago for 2009 Hennessy Artistry Series

Common talks about how much he loves curating the 2009 Hennessy Artistry series with The Roots and performing with them and a blend of artists from different genres. Includes performance footage from The Shrine in Chicago.

Previously: Common Talks About The Believer


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44 Responses to “Video: Common @ The Shrine in Chicago for 2009 Hennessy Artistry Series”

  1. Harlem World Says:

    *Listens To Bill Cosby ft Rick Ross: Whip That White*

  2. landLORD Says:

    The Killer Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 4:02 pm
    Cosby wishes he was white

    ———–

    nah… he’s just sick and tired of ignorant self-absorbed niggas fucking up our legacy as a people, and this is the only way he knows to speak on it… the man tried to give yall TV shows that illustrate a different way of life for black folks, but nooooooo.. niggas wanted to act like that show wasnt real, and Martin was … i aint mad at the Jello Man … he has a right to be pissed off …

  3. CassavaLeaf Says:

    if you’re not a chick and you ever purchased a Nelly album you might be a fruitbasket.

    ^^

    Not sure about that.
    I’ve never purchased a Nelly album
    but I was in undergrad at Purdue when Country Grammar dropped
    and I know a lot of midwest dudes that was bumping that shit

  4. Rey Says:

    # eskay Says:
    October 14th, 2009 at 4:02 pm

    if you’re not a chick and you ever purchased a Nelly album you might be a fruitbasket.

    ^^^

    *still not a chick*

    *still not a fruitbasket*

    *still waiting for Eskay to say something interesting*

  5. b-ease Says:

    nah… he’s just sick and tired of ignorant self-absorbed niggas fucking up our legacy as a people, and this is the only way he knows to speak on it… the man tried to give yall TV shows that illustrate a different way of life for black folks, but nooooooo.. niggas wanted to act like that show wasnt real, and Martin was … i aint mad at the Jello Man … he has a right to be pissed off

    ^^
    And the church says…

    That’s one problem with our people post-Black Power movement, cats act like you’re wrong for pointing out the faults in your own community.

  6. CassavaLeaf Says:

    nah… he’s just sick and tired of ignorant self-absorbed niggas fucking up our legacy as a people, and this is the only way he knows to speak on it… the man tried to give yall TV shows that illustrate a different way of life for black folks, but nooooooo.. niggas wanted to act like that show wasnt real, and Martin was … i aint mad at the Jello Man … he has a right to be pissed off …

    ^^^^

    This doesn’t happen to any other race
    where ONE person speaks for the masses
    the media is trying to play this up like something is wrong with Black America
    fuck that
    Serena posing nekkid on a magazine speaks for Serena
    little kids running around not speaking ‘proper’ english speaks for themselves
    I’m from the caribbean and I’ll be damned if anyone thinks Shabba Ranks speaks for me

  7. landLORD Says:

    HHIPHop is the ONLY art form where its practitioners are consistently and heavily rewarded for degenerate, deviant, violent and subversive behavior … if you cant overstand why this phenomenon occurs, then you’re truly lost in the Matrix …

  8. SNORT_SNORTCRAZY88SINCE88 Says:

    _______________________________________Henny > Viagra

  9. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Not sure about that.
    I’ve never purchased a Nelly album
    but I was in undergrad at Purdue when Country Grammar dropped
    and I know a lot of midwest dudes that was bumping that shit

    ^^
    That St. Louis Rams whip in that video was crazy.

  10. cOLD Says:

    This doesn’t happen to any other race
    where ONE person speaks for the masses
    the media is trying to play this up like something is wrong with Black America
    fuck that
    Serena posing nekkid on a magazine speaks for Serena
    little kids running around not speaking ‘proper’ english speaks for themselves
    I’m from the caribbean and I’ll be damned if anyone thinks Shabba Ranks speaks for me

    ^its a mans responsibility to ensure the future of his people.

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  12. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    Cosby wishes he was white

    ———–

    nah… he’s just sick and tired of ignorant self-absorbed niggas fucking up our legacy as a people, and this is the only way he knows to speak on it… the man tried to give yall TV shows that illustrate a different way of life for black folks, but nooooooo.. niggas wanted to act like that show wasnt real, and Martin was … i aint mad at the Jello Man … he has a right to be pissed off

    —————–

    real spit.

  13. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up Like Adobo/Sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    Nelly was a saint but thats just me…

  14. landLORD Says:

    cassava leaf … you’re missing the point and not seeing the bigger picture … your comment is proving what Bill is basically saying… we’ve eroded into a me me me me culture… your statement about one person not speaking for the whole community is symptomatic of that … it takes a whole village B …

    something is wrong with Black America … alot of somethings is wrong

  15. D_Block_4_Life aka heat the track up Like Adobo/Sazon/SOFRITO Says:

    Shake This – Royce Da 5’9 >>>

  16. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    Only Nelly song worth playing now is Tip Drill…and that’s only in the skrip clubs. The niggas whole career was based on gimmick songs.

  17. Rey Says:

    Not mad at the Cos at all. The truth hurts (no aftermath castaway)

  18. CassavaLeaf Says:

    HHIPHop is the ONLY art form where its practitioners are consistently and heavily rewarded for degenerate, deviant, violent and subversive behavior … if you cant overstand why this phenomenon occurs, then you’re truly lost in the Matrix …

    ^^^

    listen to dancehall, calypso, country or bollywood music… it’s all the same

  19. b-ease Says:

    HHIPHop is the ONLY art form where its practitioners are consistently and heavily rewarded for degenerate, deviant, violent and subversive behavior … if you cant overstand why this phenomenon occurs, then you’re truly lost in the Matrix …

    ^^
    Keep going (c) camelGoat

    pause…

  20. Belize Says:

    ::wakes up from smack:::

    ::pulls down rey’s shorts:::

    :::gasps:::

    holy horsedick (dot) mpeg

    :::pukes:::

  21. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    Shake This – Royce Da 5′9 >>>
    ====================
    Sizzle.

    That shit is inspirational.

  22. Van Sertima Says:

    HHIPHop is the ONLY art form where its practitioners are consistently and heavily rewarded for degenerate, deviant, violent and subversive behavior … if you cant overstand why this phenomenon occurs, then you’re truly lost in the Matrix …

    ^^^

  23. AmpGeez a.k.a Get Rich Or Blog Tryin' Says:

    HHIPHop is the ONLY art form where its practitioners are consistently and heavily rewarded for degenerate, deviant, violent and subversive behavior
    ==========================================
    False.

    See: Rock Music

  24. Belize Says:

    what d fuck is a nelly?

  25. Jersey*made*me Says:

    @RJ

    It’s the erosion of the family structure b.No dads in these homes to lead by example.Then there’s no more grandma,today grandma is 40 yrs old in the same club with mommy and granddaughter dancing to lick me like a lollipop and blowing trees.

  26. cOLD Says:

    black people share a certain connection to each other, joined together in spirit form. There is an underlying responsibilty of the elders to see their people flourish

  27. CassavaLeaf Says:

    something is wrong with Black America … alot of somethings is wrong

    ^^^

    I don’t believe in the notion of a ‘Black America’
    My dad is West African & European
    My mom is West Indian & European
    I grew up primarily in the Caribbean
    I remember kids used to tell me whenever I lived in the states
    that I wasn’t African American
    and when Obama was elected you had African Americans all over
    television saying that he wasn’t ‘black black’
    because his ancestors weren’t slaves

  28. cOLD Says:

    @RJ

    It’s the erosion of the family structure b.No dads in these homes to lead by example.Then there’s no more grandma,today grandma is 40 yrs old in the same club with mommy and granddaughter dancing to lick me like a lollipop and blowing trees.

    ^ sizzle I say, the absent pop, is the worst.

  29. Rey Says:

    # Belize Says:
    October 14th, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    ::wakes up from smack:::

    ::pulls down rey’s shorts:::

    :::gasps:::

    holy horsedick (dot) mpeg

    :::pukes:::

    ^^^

    LOL.. Ayo… *dappage* How you been Belize?

  30. Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    something is wrong with Black America … alot of somethings is wrong

    ——————-

    my thing is, how do we fix what’s wrong

  31. landLORD Says:

    listen to dancehall, calypso, country or bollywood music… it’s all the same

    ————–

    not even NEARLY on the same level though …

    i dont know no current artists from nan one of those genres making the kind of U.S. money that the succesful hiphop artists make off of misogyny and the promotion of gang violence and drug dealing… not even close B … and the level of ignorance in those art forms doesnt come cose to matching that of mainstream hiphop … ever

  32. cOLD Says:

    my thing is, how do we fix what’s wrong

    ^thats the million dollar question. I think to target and focus on the little kids would be a good start. It has to start in the home though with mom and or dad. Restricting a lot of the garbage that makes its way into the home, radio and TV.

  33. landLORD Says:

    Chief Ali aka The One Who Stay Building Says:

    October 14th, 2009 at 4:21 pm
    something is wrong with Black America … alot of somethings is wrong

    ——————-

    my thing is, how do we fix what’s wrong

    ————

    im afraid the shit is too far gone B… too many different people and too many people with differences …

    like, only the creator can fix this …

    word to 2012

  34. b-ease Says:

    I don’t believe in the notion of a ‘Black America’

    ^^
    And that is why you fail (c) Yoda

  35. b-ease Says:

    There’s no “fixing” the problem, unfortunately, as land said.

    This is what happens when are people are raped literally and figuretively for centuries.

    They lose their fucking minds.

  36. 456 Says:

    Fat Joe Fails to Break 10K on Charts

    ^cue 50 cent

  37. Jersey*made*me Says:

    my thing is, how do we fix what’s wrong

    ^^
    Make it financially attractive to do what’s right.Money is key.it’s the root of the downfall,so it’s gotta be the root of the rise/solution.

  38. Rey Says:

    Cosign landLORD.. I’m not usually with the rabbit hole (nh), but look at how music has devolved since the start of this decade, vs 15 years ago.. virtually every song from virtually every genre is about some kind of frivolous bullshit.. nothing genuinely of substance gets played on the radio, and the channels the younglings are watching are promoting the same promiscuity and vapid consumerism that’s in the music…

    I won’t say that it’s music and tv’s fault overall, but I’m strong in mind (obvi, given how much shit i take from you fuckers everyday, lol and nh) and i STILL bought dumb shit or spoke in a certain manner using certain slang that was brought about my artists i looked up to or emulated.

  39. Jersey*made*me Says:

    Damn Tamron Hall is one beatiful bitch,sheeesh!

  40. 456 Says:

    not even NEARLY on the same level though …

    i dont know no current artists from nan one of those genres making the kind of U.S. money that the succesful hiphop artists make off of misogyny and the promotion of gang violence and drug dealing… not even close B … and the level of ignorance in those art forms doesnt come cose to matching that of mainstream hiphop … ever

    ^you can’t change the level of ignorance in the music until you change the level of ignorance in the general population. reality is hiphop is an accurate reflection of the ignorance out there.

    there are ten gucci manes to every one _____________ (fill in conscious rapper)

  41. cOLD Says:

    Make it financially attractive to do what’s right.Money is key.it’s the root of the downfall,so it’s gotta be the root of the rise/solution.

    ^ good point except whats more financially attractive than a rapper,ball player or drug dealer. Certainly not an accountant.. no shots at the financial analyst and so forth.

  42. Jersey*made*me Says:

    and i STILL bought dumb shit or spoke in a certain manner using certain slang that was brought about my artists i looked up to or emulated

    ******************

    So Jay Z got you rocking that navy blue Yankee too,huh?

  43. cOLD Says:

    Make it financially attractive to do what’s right.Money is key.it’s the root of the downfall,so it’s gotta be the root of the rise/solution.

    ^ good point except whats more financially attractive than a rapper,ball player or dr8g de*ler. Certainly not an accountant.. no shots at the financial analyst and so forth.

  44. cOLD Says:

    there are ten gucci manes to every one _____________ (fill in conscious rapper)

    ^ gem. (c) Wale</strike? Beezy

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