Common and Pete Rock Revealed the Guest Names in Their Collaborative Album “Auditorium Vol.1” 

Common and Pete Rock Revealed the Guest Names in Their Collaborative Album "Auditorium Vol.1" 

Common and Pete Rock are releasing their much-awaited “The Auditorium Vol.1 on July 12. Jennifer Hudson and some other big names will also appear in the album. 

Finally, Common and Pete Rock have revealed the release date of their awaited collaborative album. Per the information, “The Auditorium Vol. 1 will be released on July 12 via Loma Vista. 

They also revealed some surprises for fans and music lovers. The Auditorium will feature Bilal, Jennifer Hudson, PJ, and De La Soul’s Posdnuos guest appearances. 

As part of the project’s promotion, a new single titled “Dreamin'” has been released, which features a sample from Aretha Franklin’s classic song “Day Dreaming.” Additionally, a teaser track called “Wake Up” was released in May to generate anticipation for the entire project.

Before the Auditorium Vol 1, Common and Pete Rock collaborated for “The 6th Sense” for the “Like Water for Chocolate” album in 2000. 

Additionally, Common shared an Instagram post discussing his achievements and aspirations in the hip-hop industry. He revealed his dream to make a mark in the world and be recognized in the hip-hop community. 

Best Albums by Common 

“Be” (2005)

“Be” is regarded as one of Common’s best albums and a high point in his career. The album was produced primarily by Kanye West, with some contributions from J Dilla. It features “The Corner,” “Go!,” “Faithful,” “Testify,” and “Love Is.” 

“Like Water for Chocolate” (2000)

This album marked a significant turning point in Common’s career, showcasing his lyrical prowess and ability to tackle complex themes. Key Tracks include “The Light,” “The 6th Sense,” “Geto Heaven Part Two,” and “The Questions.”

“Resurrection” (1994)

“Resurrection” is the album that established Common as a significant figure in the hip-hop community. It features his classic single “I Used to Love H.E.R.,” a metaphorical critique of hip-hop’s direction at the time.

“Finding Forever” (2007)

Following the success of “Be,” Common continued his collaboration with Kanye West on “Finding Forever.” The album maintains its predecessor’s soulful and introspective style while exploring new musical directions.

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