A lost 1998 KRS-One demo, produced by Domingo, which will be featured on his Sessions & Lessons LP, due Feb. 17th.
From Domingo’s forthcoming Sessions n Lessons compilation, due February 17th.
From the new Domingo album, Same Game New Rules, available now.
From the new Domingo album, Same Game New Rules, due Tuesday August 19th, 2014.
From Domingo’s Sessions Vol. One.
Off the new Domingo album Same Game New Rules, available July 2014.
Domingo has released the first single for “Same Game – New Rules” entitled “The Return” which features Chris Rivers, Bamboo, Krs-1 and R.A. The Rugged Man. (Cuts by Dj Eclipse) Domingo is one of the most prominent hip hop producers to ever come from East New York, Brooklyn he has produced for some of hip [cont.]
Domingo’s Same Game New Rules, due July 2014.
Hip-Hop legend Kool G Rap teams up with producer Domingo to remake his track “Men At Work” off he & DJ Polo’s classic debut LP Road To Riches. “Men At Work 2020″ sees Marley Marl, Action Bronson, Ras Kass, Necro, Nutso, F.T. & Rugged Intellect join G Rap for this updated, posse cut version. Be [cont.]
First single from PackFM off the upcoming album I F*cking Hate Rappers. The track is produced by Domingo, and the album is set for a May 25th digital release, and a June 15th retail release. Check out this track below, and pre-orders for the album can be made at http://qn5.com/ PackFM – “Nasty” (MP3)
The label with no rich relatives, QN5 Music, released this tantalizing image today, stating QK10, announcing a list of projected releases scheduled for release this year. No dates have been attached, but the list reads like this: PackFM & Domingo – I F*cking Hate Rappers Substantial – Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood Tonedeff & Kno – Chico [cont.]
After building his name producing a number tracks for run down hip-hop acts such as Das Efx, K-Solo, Channel Live, and Big Daddy Kane, on his various compilation albums - Game Over 1 & 2, and Behind the Doors of the 13th Floor - Domingo returns with The Difference, perhaps his strongest effort yet, showing maturity and growth [cont.]
Domingo had a hit with the Mario Bros. inspired Cocoa Brovaz’ anthem “Supa BK”. It was something new and fun, marring contemporary NYC-thuggery with clippity-clap video game samples provided an irresistible head nod from Flatbush to the left coast. But to ride a concept fueled by a gimmick isn’t always as surefire as one would like [cont.]
The outlet for this release finds the walkman taking first priority! Save this one for your rides and stereo after. With street appeal more than matching up to the mix-tape status that underground gems enjoy, most of the beats off this release are lovely. But sometimes the singing chorus-hooks just destroy the effect. When istrumentals, [cont.]
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