TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of No I.D.’s ‘Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album)’
already be well acquainted with No I.D., even without 4:44 currently in our collective musical radar. He Happy 20th Anniversary to No I.D.’s debut album Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album No I.D. , No I.D. created a unique, soulful, sample-heavy sound for 4:44, harkening back to earlier points in would become his deeply personal 4:44 album, he approached Ernest Dion Wilson a.k.a. No I.D. In turn catapulted No I.D. into the spotlight and earned him some of the biggest accolades of his career thus TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of No I.D.’s ‘Accept Your Own & Be Yourself (The Black Album)’ No I.D.’s 1997 debut LP finds him and Dug Infinite conveying inspirational messages over expertly crafted, jazzy musical soundscapes.
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showcases contributions from the likes of Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, LadyBug Mecca, No I.D., Raphael
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simplicity. Producer No I.D.’s remix aims to flesh out the song with a bit of atmospherics and a No I.D., the track blazed ever so brightly ever so briefly before being quickly removed. With a
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 20 Years of Common’s ‘One Day It’ll All Make Sense’
No I.D. several years after the album was complete, they later came full circle when No I.D. produced Common’s sublime No I.D. The somewhat mythical producer and industry exec has found a lot more listeners recently him all to himself on early albums. No I.D.’s hands are everywhere throughout One Day It‘ll All
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 10 Years of JAY-Z’s ‘American Gangster’
Dead, and Nas then returned the favor on “Success.” The track, produced by No I.D. and Jermaine Dupri album ends with “Fallin’,” another Jermaine Dupri/No I.D. produced song where JAY-Z reflects on the roster includes Puff Daddy’s Hitmen, The Neptunes, Just Blaze, No I.D. & Jermaine Dupri, and DJ Toomp
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mastery of words. Produced by Chicago's No I.D., who boasts an impressive resume of previous studio
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 25 Years of Common’s Debut Album ‘Can I Borrow a Dollar?’
everyone from Kanye West and No I.D. (who produced most of Can I Borrow a Dollar? under the name
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associate and friend No I.D. Much of the attention was directed at "Sweet," a track on which Common took
TRIBUTE: Celebrating 15 Years of Common’s ‘Electric Circus’
stylings mainly produced by No I.D., before his major label debut Like Water for Chocolate brought the
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