If anything signifies summertime in Hip-Hop, it would be the music of Dom Kennedy. The West Coast rapper last released a project last November alongside Hit-Boy during the cool months but he’s provided a proper summer soundtrack with his latest project Addicted To The Underground.
After dropping a few short EP’s Dom Kennedy & Hit-Boy a.k.a. Half-A-Mil have finally gotten around to dropping their official debut album, Courtesy of Half-A-Mil.
Low key, Dom Kennedy is one of the most polarizing artists in rap. Fans think he is the second coming of Too $hort, haters think he is the laziest rapper alive.
In recent months, a rising Atlanta artist operating under the name 24hrs garnered a buzz online while keeping his identity unknown. The release of the visual for “Back For Me” revealed that he and Royce Rizzy of Privateclub Records are one and the same.
Turn your speakers up to a festive volume, because Migos just blessed the Internets with a new heater.
On his song “Twist My Fingaz” from his new album Still Brazy, YG boasts that he’s “the only one to make it out the West without Dre.” He’s very wrong.
It’s all systems go for The Game, who’s readying The Documentary 2 for an October 9 release date.
Dom Kennedy, and the LA Leakers, bring the summer to close with the surprise drop of the Best After Bobby Two mixtape. The project is the sequel to their 2009 collab.
Dom Kennedy has been chilling for much of the year but the West Coast game spitter just made his intentions known that he plans to make it flaming hot summer.
A five-year gap in albums generally means an uphill battle for MCs to reconnect with old fans–or nearly mission impossible trying to obtain new ones. True, it has been a long five years since Fashawn dropped his Exile-scored, studio debut album, Boy Meets World to appreciative Hip-Hop heads, but he’s never lost his passion for […]