For those who don't know, Dom Kennedy and Hit-Boy have released a joint EP called Half-A-Mil, which happens to be the name of their duo. And for those who really don't know, Betty Shabazz was the name of Malcolm X's badass wife. All things are coming together, and this track bangs like the strength of a good woman.
Hit-Boy & Dom Kennedy
Well look what we have here. West Coast rapper Dom Kennedy & producer Hit-Boy have teamed up for a new moniker called "Half-A-Mil". And today, the duo decided to kick off the campaign by launching their new website and first single together called “100 Rounds,” which was also accompanied by an official, NSFW-video as well (see below).
Dominic Part 2
"Dominic Part 2" is the sequel to "Dominic," which appeared on Dom Kennedy's 2013 project, Get Home Safely. The new record is set to appear on his upcoming Los Angeles Is Not For Sale Vol. 1 project. J. Lbs provides the production, giving the track a two-part presentation, as things begin with a triumphantly hazy synth line, later retreating into syrupy chopped and screwed territory.
Dom Kennedy is back for the second straight week with a new song. Last Saturday, the West Coast spitter returned to the scene with “U Got It Like That” featuring Niko G4, and now today he’s back with another one called “96 Cris,” both of which will see life on his upcoming mixtape Los Angeles Is Not For Sale Vol. 1, dropping soon.
U Got It Like That
Dom Kennedy Feat. Niko G4
Dom Kennedy has been relatively quiet since he last dropped off the sequel to his Best After Bobby mixtape last September, but thankfully that drought ends here today. With a new project on the way called Los Angeles Is Not For Sale Vol. 1, Dom decides to give fans a taste of what’s to come by sharing this new song called “U Got It Like That” featuring fellow LA native Niko G4.
On The Regular
Polyester The Saint Feat. Dom Kennedy
Polyester the Saint is gearing up for the release of his 5th studio album American Muscle on July 8. Yesterday he shared the album's lead single, "On The Regular" feat. Dom Kennedy.
Casey Veggies Feat. Dom Kennedy
Well it looks like “Super Saiyan” wasn’t the only new music from Casey Veggies today. In a double dose of new releases, the LA artist decided to also release a new song with fellow Cali spitter Dom Kennedy called “Pop Off.”
Goin Up (Straight To Greystone)
Jay 305 Feat. Dom Kennedy
Jay 305 just dropped his Inner City Hero project, and while there are quite a few memorable collaborations with the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, K Camp, and Suga Free, the Dom Kennedy-assisted "Goin Up (Straight To Greystone)" is the stand-out thus far. While 305 sticks with familiar west coast sounds throughout, he always manages to switch up the formula, whether it be with his unique vocal delivery, or in this case, the hypnotically textured instrumental.
Casey Veggies Feat. Dom Kennedy
We’re only a week away from Casey Veggies’ highly anticipathttps://itunes.apple.com/us/album/live-grow/id1035174912ed debut album Live and Grow. Due out September 25, the project is set to feature guest appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, YG, Tyler, the Creator, Hit-Boy, IAMSU!, BJ the Chicago Kid, and more.
Baller Of The Year
Dom Kennedy Feat. RJ
Earlier today, Dom Kennedy came out nowhere and released a new surprise mixtape called Best After Bobby Two. Laced with 15 tracks, the follow up to By Dom Kennedy features guest appearances from Jay 305, RJ, and Troy Nika.
DJ Mustard Feat. Dom Kennedy & Ty Dolla $ign
This afternoon we premiered DJ Mustard's highly anticipated mixtape, 10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1. The project features artists signed to or affiliated with Mustard's 10 Summers imprint, as well as some familiar faces like Ty Dolla $ign and Dom Kennedy. Those two connect on the smooth, quintessential summer record "Ice Cream," where Dom provides the hook. Are you feeling the chilled out, BBQ-friendly collaboration?
Glasses Malone Feat. Dom Kennedy
Glasses Malone has been pretty consistent with his recent leaks off the upcoming project #GH2, and this latest drop is no different. Once again he hit us up to premiere the latest collaboration, which pairs him with fellow West Coaster Dom Kennedy. Dom is fresh off the release of his own album, By Dom Kennedy, and if you were feeling all the mellow vibes on that, then you should be digging this one too. It's a laid-back song about the good times, with production handled by G Malone and Chromatix.
Before Dom Kennedy’s releases his highly anticipated self-titled album next week (June 2), the Leimert Park emcee decides to come through and share the first leak off it tonight called “2 Bad”.
Dance With Me
RJ Feat. Dom Kennedy
This afternoon we premiered the anticipated mixtape from RJ, OMMIO 2, to follow up his fan-favorite OMMIO from 2013. Guaranteed West Coast summertime vibes all over it, as is evident on the previous leak with Ty Dolla $ign and Joe Moses "Your Money." If that wasn't enough evidence, insert item B, "Dance With Me." Mustard on the beat (hoe), and a hook from Dom Kennedy makes this another perfect BBQ banger.
Real Nigga Moves
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Dom Kennedy
After giving us a cut that didn't make it on to the final tracklist for Mailbox Money, "Choke" featuring Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug, we get one final leak today while we await the full mixtape. Most of us will probably be out counting down the minutes until Midnight tonight, but Nipsey plans to ring in the New Year by dropping Mailbox Money at Midnight exactly. You can either get a digital copy for free, or spend $1000 on a hard copy.
Posted In The Club
Following the release of “Represent (I Like That)”, Dom Kennedy decides to come through and treat fans to another new record this weekend called “Posted In The Club”.
Represent (I Like That)
It's been a minute since Dom Kennedy last blessed our page with any new music, but luckily for fans the wait was well worth it. Returning from his long hiatus, the L.A. native decides to come through tonight and release a dope new track called “Represent (I Like That)”.
R.F.C. Feat. Dom Kennedy
R.F.C. aren't showing signs of slowing down, after delivering a leak yesterday off their upcoming album The Outsiders, they're back again this morning with "Malverde." Yesterday's joint, the title track "The Outsiders" put Smoke DZA, NYMlo and Al Doe on display, while "Malverde" is relegated to DZA and Al Doe, with an appearance from the opposite coast's Dom Kennedy. It's a good choice for the laid-back West Coast spitter as it's a mellow, lullaby-like beat.
Can Ya Blame Me?
When it comes to terrible things that exist on planet Earth, warm brew is right up there with mosquitos, ebola and cold soup, but when it comes to rap, Warm Brew are actually pretty awesome. The trio, who hail from Los Angeles, recently signed with Dom Kennedy's Other People’s Money record label for the release of their upcoming Ghetto Beach Boyz project (which is executive produced by Kennedy). Today, they drop "Can Ya Blame Me?" from the upcoming tape.
Don't Forget Us (Cookin' Soul Remix)
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Dom Kennedy
"Don't Forget Us" first appeared on Nipsey Hussle's Crenshaw mixtape (you know, the one he sold for $100 a pop). Well, the Dom Kennedy-assisted highlight now has a totally free remix from Cookin' Soul, who has decided to pair it with the classic Jodeci song, "What About Us", which despite coming out in the 90s, gets turned into a dusty-sounding sample here.