The awesomeness that is Common and Nas' collaboration on the former's latest single, "Ghetto Dreams," could lead to more than we might have expected. In an interview with Fake Shore Drive, the Chicago rapper revealed that he's working on a joint album with Nas. I don't have to tell you that we're excited about the prospect of a project like this, but holy shit, that would be amazing. You wouldn't only have two of the best rappers of all time rapping together, but you would also have Com helping out in the beat-selection department. Imagine him and Nas rapping over an album's worth of beats from No I.D., Kanye West, and Salaam Remi. Lordy.
You can watch the interview below. It also features Com speaking on his upcoming album, The Dreamer, The Believer, which drops Nov. 22. He notes that we should be hearing its next single, "Blue Sky," relatively soon.
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