Common Signs Copies of "One Day It'll All Make Sense" at Macy's Chicago

Common at Macy's Chicago
Award-Winning Recording Artist, Movie Star And Now Author, Common To Signed Copies Of His New Book At Macy’s On State Street

Macy’s on State Street and Barbara’s Bookstore welcomed award-winning recording artist, movie star and now author, Common for the launch his new book, "One Day It’ll All Make Sense." Compiled with open letters to loved ones, both living and those who’ve passed on, peppered with lyrics from some of Common’s songs throughout his career and his mother’s unflinching insight, "One Day It’ll All Make Sense" challenges the reader to look beyond the celebrity and understand fully the man behind the spotlight.
Common welcomed customers and fans and signed copies of his new book.

About Common:
When Common entered the scene in 1992 with his album, Can I Borrow a Dollar?, the new, mostly underground artist, found himself thrust into a music environment where game-changing albums such as Dr. Dre’s The Chronic, Ice Cube’s The Predator, and Eric B. & Rakim’s Don’t Sweat The Technique blazed trails in hip hop. It would have been easy for Common to disappear into the history books of hip hop like many other artists of that time. After all, the competition was stiff. Yet, Common still stands today, not only as an accomplished and award-winning recording artist but also as a leading man who has co-starred alongside such thespians as Denzel Washington (American Gangster), Queen Latifah (Just Wright), Christian Bale (Terminator Salvation), Ray Liotta (Smokin Aces), Steve Carrell, Tina Fey and Mark Wahlburg (Date Night).


Common at Macy's on State Street
Chicago, IL, USA
September 20, 2011
photo by Adam Bielawski

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