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Ghetto Dreams

"Ghetto Dreams"
Single by Common featuring Nas
from the album The Dreamer/The Believer
Released July 6, 2011 (2011-07-06)
Format Digital download
Recorded 2011
Genre Hip hop
Length 3:58
Label Think Common Music, Geffen
Writer(s) Lonnie Lynn, Nasir Jones, Ernest Wilson
Producer No I.D.
Common singles chronology

"Make Her Say"
(2009)
"Ghetto Dreams"
(2011)
"Favorite Song"
(2012)

Nas singles chronology
"As We Enter"
(2010)
"Ghetto Dreams"
(2011)
"Nasty"
(2011)

"Ghetto Dreams'" is the first single by American rapper Common from his ninth studio album, The Dreamer/The Believer. The song features Nas. It was released on iTunes July 6, 2011.[1] The song is produced by No I.D.. The song is featured on the Madden NFL 12 soundtrack. The song samples The Fellows' “Let’s Make It Last”.

Track listing

Digital single
No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Ghetto Dreams" (featuring Nas)Lonnie Lynn, Nasir Jones, Ernest WilsonNo I.D. 3:58

Music video

On August 11 a music video for "Ghetto Dreams" was released via YouTube.[2]

Reception

Reviews have been mostly positive.[3] The production and lyrics have created a lot of buzz for the upcoming album, being slated as a major return to the 90's bangers. Universally the song has been praised for its '90s sounding production by veteran great No I.D.[4] Nas has been critically praised for his guest verse, along with his new single for his respective upcoming album, many have compared this to his Illmatic and It Was Written days, alluding to his previous 'King of New York' status.[5]

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