I know what you’re thinking. Who is Dom Kennedy. Well if you don’t know, you need to change that. Short summary, Dom Kennedy is an unsigned west coast rapper who has quietly gathered a large and loyal following not only in California but also throughout the states. Now with his debut album, his following is guaranteed to only get bigger. Dom is a rapper who is about quality over quantity. Meaning that you’re not gonna hear a lot of club hits or songs that were made just for the radio. Dom is a personal rapper that talks about, not only his struggles but also the struggles of south central L.A. His songs have a sound that make you listen closely to his words and just vibe to what he’s trying to say. Get Home Safely is a chill album at its best when you listen to it all in one drive. It’s not a complete production by any means, but like his life, it has its ups and downs. “Let’s Be Friends” gets you in the zone to chill and bump this music while “After School” is a trippy tune that takes you back to the simple days. That’s essentially the beauty of this album, the simplicity of the whole thing. Yes he talks about the money and the girls but he does in a way relatable to you and I. Underneath the surface you can both see and hear the growth in Dom and makes you think about your own. Ok ok enough with the deep stuff and Dom knows it to with “If It Don’t Make Money”. This is the closest you’re gonna get to a banger with Dom and it’s a pretty good one too. The beat makes you bounce and the chorus makes you want to stack those checks. Dom Kennedy’s style is pretty unique and his flow is definitely a drawing factor to his music. The rest of the album continues on the whole story of Dom himself, over beats that don’t raise your blood pressure but keeps you in a good spot. If you’re a fan of chill, west coast rap, then Dom Kennedy should be your new favorite rapper. Worth a listen.