As you may recall, Dom Kennedy made a big comeback a couple of weeks ago with his album From The Westside With Love Three. This project contains 15 dope tracks, alongside contributions from True Whitaker, MyGuyMars, TeeFlii, Kay Franklin, Frank$, Quentin Miller, and Bryan Roberts each contributed verses for the Hit-Boy-produced “Don’t Walk Away.” Now he has returned with another visual from the same project, the Mars-backed and Franklin “Deep Thought,” in collaboration with ANDROFOURTYSEVEN, Cameron Joseph, and Mike & Keys. The collaborators take on topics such as money, women, and living a meaningful life:
Featured in the video is a clip from Jason Madison, which shows Dom & Co. performing on the shore, with flowers and champagne to match the overall tone. Ultimately, the video is simple and to the point, creating hope for a future tour of similar productions.
There were two albums released in 2010 and 2011, respectively, from the Westside with Love series. Both albums featured notable collaborations with Skeme, OverDoz., Casey Veggies, Big K.R.I.T., ScHoolboy Q, and more. A few weeks ago, Dom and Hit-Boy collaborated again, this time on Also Known As, which was released under the name Half-A-Mil. There were 11 cuts on that project, as well as assistance from 24hrs, Nas, and 03 Greedo. After dropping the solo EP Rap N Roll, Dom has continued to release music, which features contributions from 24hrs, Veggies, Nike G4, TeeFlii, and Allyn. It was later joined by a deluxe edition of Rap N Roll with five additional tracks and Don Toliver’s new collaboration.