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I Still Love H.E.R.: Hip Hop & The Multi-hyphenate Life
An Intimate Conversation with Common

Terrace Theater

Join us as Grammy, Emmy, and Academy Award–winning rapper and Kennedy Center Hip Hop Culture Council Member Common returns to the Center for an intimate conversation with writer Marcus J. Moore as he reflects on his storied career, hip hop’s 50th anniversary, and the multitude of ways that hip hop has served as the catalyst for his multi-hyphenate life as an artist, activist, producer, philanthropist, and change agent.

Sat. Dec. 16, 2023 7:30p.m.
MyTix Student Rush

Production Information

  • Genre

    Hip Hop

  • Price Range

    $49.00 – $79.00

  • Runtime

    120 minutes

2 images, on the left Common sits on a green bench against a wooden wall, wearing an orange shirt and green pants. He looks to his right off into the distance. On the right is headshot of Marcus Moore, looking to his right. He is wearing a red knitted beanie, a gray hoodie, a black bomber jacket and a backpack.

Program

Join us as Grammy, Emmy, and Academy Award–winning rapper and Kennedy Center Hip Hop Culture Council Member Common returns to the Center for an intimate conversation with writer Marcus J. Moore as he reflects on his storied career, hip hop’s 50th anniversary, and the multitude of ways that hip hop has served as the catalyst for his multi-hyphenate life as an artist, activist, producer, philanthropist, and change agent. From reflections on his iconic hit “I Used to Love H.E.R.,” his risk-taking album Electric Circus, and his creative collaborations on wax, stage, and screen to the launch of his new social justice initiative Free to Dream, this will be one conversation that you won’t want to miss! 

Common - I Used to Love H.E.R. (Official Video)

Common - I Used to Love H.E.R. (Official Video)

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Sponsors

Universal Music Group

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