Dom Kennedy is back with some new heat for us all to enjoy. Today (Oct. 15), the self-proclaimed Leimert Park Legend unveils From The Westside With Love Three, a 15-track offering that sees additional assists from Quentin Miller, TeeFlii, Bryan Roberts, Frank, Kay Franklin, MyGuyMars, and True.
In addition to the album drop, fans can also check out a new visual for the Miller-assisted standout “Don’t Walk Away,” a bouncing track that features production from Hit-Boy and sees the artists rapping about what’s going on in their current lives:
“I made at least a few mil, no extras, another year and they still playin’ catch up, 23 in red and black, you a heckler, Steve Kerr at best, pay respect son, sometimes I drive to the beach for a smoke break, both Impalas been sittin’, can’t get away, and you know I keep a thang full of big faces, hundred dollar tip for the bottle waitress…”
From The Westside With Love Three follows last year’s Rap N Roll, which initially contained 17 cuts and contributions from TeeFlii, Casey Veggies, Niko G4, and Allyn. A month following that release, Dom upped the ante with a deluxe version of Rap N Roll that added on five extra songs and a collaboration with current hip hop frontrunner Don Toliver. 2020 also saw him reconnect with his Half-A-Mil brethren Hit-Boy for Also Known As. Outside of his own work (and perhaps largely due to his relationship with Hit-Boy), Dom has also become a bit of a hot commodity feature-wise — in the past year or so, the Cali talent has provided his special blend of raps on tracks like Big Sean’s “Still I Rise,” Benny The Butcher’s “Over The Limit,” Blxst’s “Got It All,” Smoke DZA’s “No Regrets,” and Eric Bellinger’s “Truly Yours.”
Press play on both From The Westside With Love Three and Dom’s visual for “Don’t Walk Away” below.