Dom Kennedy and Hit-Boy, collectively known as Half-A-Mil, team up to drop an infectious banger called “In The Hills,” featuring Quentin Miller. This song is all about the level of success that these three have achieved, as they enjoy some elite parties with important guests. Not a bad life to live. Stream “In The Hills” . . .
Hit-Boy and Dom Kennedy both have a good number of bangers within their respective discographies, and they prove to be a force to be reckoned with on “100 Rounds.” Polished, heavy hitting production by G-Dave sets the stage for confident bars from both. Hit-Boy sets things off with the help of autotune, and Dom brings . . .
Dom Kennedy is planning to release a project entitled Los Angeles Is Not For Sale Vol. 1 in the very near future. Recently, the West Coast rapper delivered a new single called “Dominic Pt. 2”. The record has that left coast influence all over it – something to just press play too with the windows . . .
It’s summertime and Dom Kennedy is back around. “U Got It Like That” is the latest release from the West Coast icon. Dom teams up with Niko G4 to lace ambient Mike Free production with easygoing bars. Look for Dom’s Los Angeles Is Not For Sale Vol. 1 project to release in the near future. . . .
Dom Kennedy music has defined a lot of summertime experiences for a good number of us. Relive some of these moments with our exclusive Forever, Dom Kennedy mix by ESSNSE (formerly known as ARIUS and ESSNTL). ESSNSE explained that the project “is a reminder that DOM’s work will live on as long as people are . . .
Casey Veggies dropped two tracks today, the first of which “Pop Off,” features Dom Kennedy and is produced by Radio. The second is the Mike & Keys-produced “Super Saiyan.” Stream “Pop Off” and “Super Saiyan” below.
Dom Kennedy takes to the borough of Brooklyn to shoot his new video for, “2 Bad.” Though the track emits a West Coast vibe, the video is directed perfectly in correlation to the song’s implication. Watch the video for “2 Bad” below.
It seems as though Casey Veggies is ready to take that next step, with his forthcoming debut with Epic Records, Live & Grow. The Los Angeles buzzmaker teams up with Dom Kennedy and DJ Mustard for the fun-filled sounds of “Actin Up.” Stream “Actin Up” below. (2DopeBoyz)
The weather is still warm, and Dom Kennedy just dropped a new surprise mixtape called Best After Bobby Two. The West Coast vet teamed up with the Los Angeles Leakers to help bring your extended weekend to a triumphant finish. Stream Best After Bobby Two below. (2DopeBoyz)
“If you’re reading this that means that you are now apart of my journey, my thoughts, my goals, my passion. this ep is something i never thought i would put out collectively as a whole, most if not all the pieces in this work have been done in my bedroom, late at night, when i . . .
West Coast veteran Dom Kennedy delivers a new track called “Posted In The Club,” a mellow banger that talks about some of the amazing sights he’s seen in the club. Stream “Posted In The Club” below.
I won’t even lie. I waited for a new Dom Kennedy project all summer. It never came. I felt like it had to come. His projects were undeniable staples during warmer months in future years. It’s good to hear him back in full effect, though. “Represent (I Like That)” is another anthemic release from the . . .
Fresno emcee Fashawn gives us a taste of what to expect on his forthcoming The Ecology project with this new record entitled “Golden State of Mind.” The track features fellow California native Dom Kennedy, and gives us the golden state vibes that we simply cannot get enough of. The Ecology is set to arrive im . . .
Dom Kennedy‘s laid back “After School” record, a memorable cut from Get Home Safely, receives a visual accompaniment. Director Brandon Lee Stratton captures the West Coast emcee from some creative, unique angles to keep things interesting. Watch the video for “After School” below.
Dom Kennedy’s Get Home Safely album has been on the shelves for a week now, and after seven full days of replay, I decided to write down a couple of facts from his latest work and share them with you. If you know Dom’s music, you know his honesty and inspiration bleeds through the speakers . . .