Common has always tugged on the ladies’ heartstrings and with the release of his Love Star mini documentary, the rapper is bound to win over quite a few more admirers.

Ladies love Common, and those feelings are reciprocated tenfold in his new song “Lovestar,” featuring Marsha Ambrosius and rising songstress PJ.

We can finally start moving on from the calls to revoke Common’s “woke” card, hopefully. In a recent interview, the Chicago rapper said Donald Trump as president would be a return to the “slave days.” 

Chicago native Common has signed on to co-produce a remake of the classic Black cinema piece Cooley High. 

Common‘s longtime friend and producer No I.D. was a guest on Soulection Radio recently and left show with a parting gift. A new track from called “Home.”

Your girlfriend’s favorite rapper is on the cover of your mother’s favorite magazine. Common is the man of the month for the newest issue of EBONY magazine.

Why doesn’t Common get mentioned in more “Top MC” conversations?

Let this video of Common spitting straight fire be your coffee this morning. 

Common took to Instagram to spit a few bars and hint at some new music coming soon.

Chicago‘s Hip-Hop history is a vast one, but many fans would concede and say few stars have shined as brightly as native sons Common and Chance The Rapper at various times in their careers. The two are now immortalized by way of a mural art project in the South Side section of the Windy City.

President Obama had some of Hip-Hop’s elite in the White House on Friday. According to TIME magazine Nicki Minaj, Ludacris, J. Cole, and Chance The Rapper were among the many in attendance for a criminal justice reform meeting Friday.

As Barbershop 3: The Next Cut arrives in theaters nationwide today, the movie franchise’s creator Ice Cube admits that he really didn’t feel like making another one.