#MCM: 10 Photos That Prove Common Can Do No Wrong in a Suit

2015 has been a major year for everyone's favorite rap-tivist and 2015 #EssenceFest performer, Common. Oscar wins aside, he has always been a man who stands for his rights and the rights of the community.  While we totally love him for his mind, the fact that he looks great is also a plus.  

Whether he's attending a nationally televised award show or doing press, Common's suit game is on a whole other level. We decided to gather a few moments to remind you why he is the perfect #ManCrushMonday pick.

Gia Peppers Mar, 09, 2015

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Common poses for a portrait at the 2015 ESSENCE Black Women In Hollywood event at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.

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Common looked flawless before and after he won his "Best Song" Oscar trophy. Cheers to this bald, beautiful and talented brother who continues to climb to new career heights year-after-year.

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Recording artists Common and John Legend pose in the press room during the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Loews Hollywood Hotel in Hollywood, California.

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Common & John Legend perform 'Glory' from 'Selma' onstage during the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, California.

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Following his 2015 Grammy win for "Glory," Common is set to perform at the 2015 ESSENCE Festival.

7 of 10 Steve Granitz/WireImage

Common arrives at the 2015 Film Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica, California. 

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9 of 10 Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Actor Common attends the 87th Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood, California.

10 of 10 Michael Rowe

One thing our readers have in “common” is a mutual adoration for this bachelor. We’ve watched the conscious rapper evolve from a cutie pie with crazy skills on the mic into a globetrotting gentleman with a remarkable onscreen presence and undeniable swagger. Common, you “Used to Love Her,” but that's okay, we’ll always love you just the same.