Cocaine 80s is a Hip Hop group formed by Chicago producer No I.D. Born Dion Wilson, he has been a large part of Hip Hop for over twenty years. The beginnings involved mostly working with fellow Chi-Town resident Common, which started in ’92, when they went by the names Common Sense and Immenslope. The relationship blossomed and I.D. produced the bulk of Common’s first three records. After working with Beanie Sigel, Wilson got the opportunity to work with Jay-Z on Blueprint 2. Ten years later, some joints with Kanye, Loso, T.I., Drake, Big Sean, Janet Jackson and he’s now signed with Jay’s Roc Nation label.
When warranted, The AHM Network will drop some videos for your viewing pleasure. This week’s episode features:
The Arctic Monkey’s latest visuals for “Black Treacle”
Common (despite the beef) on Court Dunn’s ThisIsHipHop series
“Underneath The Sycamore” from Death Cab For Cutie
A video I shot with an iPhone at The Throne Tour in Vancouver (2nd night, Ni**as in Paris #7)
Common’s latest LP The Dreamer, The Believer was released on iTunes Friday, so this edition will be dominated with the Chi-Town emcee’s fresh tracks. The Silversun Pickups raw sounding EP is a obscure listen as to be expected.
As usual, click to download, enjoy.