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Common, Ne-Yo Go Green on Hip-Hop Benefit Album 'Home'

By Clip Syndicate
When producer and Kanye West collaborator Malik Yusef was 10, he would collect and recycle empty cans with his unemployed father to help pay for "food, lights and heat" for his family. While his early green efforts were more financially driven than altruistically motivated, they began an environmentalist streak that continued into adulthood, culminating in Home, a recently released environmentally-themed hip-hop/R&B album featuring Common, Raheem DeVaughn and Ne-Yo.






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