On this day in Hip-Hop history, Common released his third studio album One Day It'll All Make Sense.
On this day in 1997, Common released his third studio album One Day It'll All Make Sense on Relativity. The album was mostly produced by No I.D. Some guests featured on the album included Cee-Lo Green, De La Soul, and Canibus.
One Day It'll All Make Sense spawned a few singles: "Retrospect for Life," which featured Lauryn Hill; "Reminding Me (of Self)," which featured Chantay Savage and reached #9 on the Rap chart; and "All Night Long," which featured Erykah Badu and was produced by the Roots.
The third set from the Chicago rapper reached #12 on the R&B chart and #62 on the Billboard 200.
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