Dom Kennedy - After School

Posted about 2 years ago
Producer:
Mike N Keys

With summer in full swing, I’m guessing many of y’all don’t even want to think about school. But perhaps you’ll make a small exception for Dom Kennedy, whose latest single finds him revisiting fond memories of kicking it on the playground and riding the bus with his homies. Mike N Keys handles production duties on After School, creating an ethereal, vocal-sampled backdrop for the West Coast mainstay’s wistful bars. Brandon Lee Stratton directs the joint’s freshly-minted visual accompaniment. Fans can find this autobiographical jam, the previously-featured Dominic and many more quality cuts on the artist’s Get Home Safely LP, released last October via Dom’s own imprint, The Other People’s Money Company.

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