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Swizz Beatz Joins Common For “Hercules” Performance On Fallon

Common joined by Swizz Beatz to perform “Hercules” on Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Show.

Common was featured as the musical guest on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and he brought someone along; Swizz Beatz. We rarely ever see the music producer take the stand and perform live music but it was a much appreciated sight on The Tonight Show. Both Common and Swizz oozed so much chemistry while performing the song, which Swizz also produced and also added vocals to.

Common is one of very few rappers who can successfully pull off an acting career and a rap career simultaneously. The glory rapper is known for many of the films which he has starred in and continues to deliver with his new projects. Now, the American artist is back in the music scene with the release of the Swizz Beatz produced ‘Hercules‘. Common is also preparing for the release of his new album, Let Love which is scheduled to drop on Aug. 30. The upcoming album would be his first since 2016’s Black America Again  which was his eleventh studio album.

Let Love Tracklist

1.  Good Morning Love featuring Samora Pinderhughes
2.  HER Love featuring Daniel Caesar
3.  Dwele’s Interlude
4.  Hercules featuring Swizz Beatz
5.  Fifth Story featuring Leikeli47
6.  Forever Your Love featuring BJ Tha Chicago Kid
7.  Leaders (Crib Love) featuring A-Trak
8.  Memories of Home featuring BJ The Chicago Kid and Samora Pinderhughes
9.  Show Me That You Love featuring Jill Scott and Samora Pinderhughes
10. My Fancy Free Future Love
11. God Is Love featuring Leon Bridges and Jonathan McReynolds

When Hercules was released as the lead single off the Let Love album, it was accompanied by an official video which saw the American rapper playing the ‘hero’ in a departmental store. Another ‘extended’ video is said to also be in the works and will be released soon. Swizz and Fallon performed Hercules backed by a live band. Common‘s Let Love will contain 11 songs and feature a line up of acts, including Jill Scott, Leon Bridges and Jonathan McReynolds, and more.


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