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Dom Kennedy might be best experienced in a windows-down sort of way, but that doesn't mean you can't roll into fall listening to his latest project. The rapper dropped Volume Two today, just a few short months after his Addicted to The Underground project was released.
And fans aren't complaining about his timing, either way. It's been nearly two years since he dropped Los Angeles Is Not For Sale, which hit shelves two days before Christmas in 2016. Volume Two is a follow-up to that release, continuing the motif of volumes from that album.
Dom had previously shared the Tupac homage "Brenda's Baby" and "Best Friend" but the Leimert Park native had fourteen more tracks ready to go for this latest project. Stream them all below via Apple Music.
Dom also dropped off the video for "Brenda's Baby." Check it out below.
Last year, Dom stopped by Everyday Struggle to discuss whether or not West Coast rap gets its due in the wider world. Sure, rappers like G Perico and Buddy are on the rise, but is it enough considering the amount of talent and influence that the entire left half of the country has and had? Check out his answer here. And who knows? Maybe Volume Two will earn that side of the nation a tiny bit more shine.