What’s a summer without content from Dom Kennedy? Rather than new material, the West Coast rapper returns from a lengthy hiatus with a visual for “After School” from his 2013 album, Get Home Safely.
A list of songs on Dom Kennedy’s Get Home Safely are single worthy, but he’s selected “Still Callin,” featuring TeeFlii. Today, the rapper returns with a proper visual for the track.
Expect Dom Kennedy to build on his momentum in the new year. Today, he announced plans to head out on the Get Home Safely tour with fellow Los Angeles rapper Skeme.
With a little over a month remaining in 2013, it doesn’t look like Wiz Khalifa’s Blacc Hollywood is going to see light this year. Still, the Taylor Gang head honcho found time to give a live leak of a new song from the album, titled “Got Me Some More.”
Dom Kennedy recently connected with the good folks at Mass Appeal to discuss bevy of topics. Of course, they touched on his new album, Get Home Safely, in a conversation that also revealed why he started rhyming, who he’d like to collaborate with, his favorite film and more.
Dom Kennedy and Nipsey Hussle‘s separate, but equally unprecedented business endeavors on their last projects (Get Home Safely and Crenshaw) and a bit of proximity drew them together on a few quality collaborations. Hip-Hop Wired had an opportunity to speak with the former about the likelihood of him and Neighborhood Nipsey dropping a collaborative project, the Best Buy deal […]
Following a host of delays, Dom Kennedy‘s long awaited project, Get Home Safely, finally hit stores today. It you cop via iTunes, you’ll find an exclusive bonus track, titled “2morrow (We Ain’t Worried),” featuring singer-songwriter Ty Dolla $ign.
The more we hear from Dom Kennedy‘s Get Home Safely, the more conflicted we become, because they’re the type songs we know and love the rapper, but they still feel like poorly timed releases. Perhaps that’s just us, but the Leimert Park rep returns with a tune aptly titled, “Dominic.”
UPDATE: Dom K. revealed the track list for Get Home Safely via Instagram. See it after the jump. Dom Kennedy opted for a fall release rather than his usual summer time frame for his upcoming album, Get Home Safely. With the in-store date firmly set for October 15, the Leimert Park rhymer unveils two versions of artwork […]
Dom Kennedy deferred from his usual formula of feeding the streets a summer soundtrack this year. Instead, Get Home Safely releases at the peak of autumn on October 1. To support the album, he releases a visual for “South Central Love.”
Dom Kennedy discussed Get Home Safely, having the choice to decide his fate in the music industry and much more with The Stashed in one of his first interviews of recent memory.
Summer 2013 hasn’t felt quite the same without customary mood-setting tunes from Dom Kennedy. The west coast rapper must have seen the flood of new music inquiries from his fans, because he liberated a new track titled “Erica Part 1” last night for our listening pleasure.
Break out your shorts and fire up your grills. It’s officially summer, and Dom Kennedy has liberated a new track called “Never” to usher in the season.
Summer doesn’t officially start until Dom Kennedy provides some new music to groove to. His ability to turn up any cookout or social gathering customary for the season is proven, and thankfully, the West Coast rapper returns today with a track sure to do the same called “Nothin’ Like Me”