Civil TV did the honors just a few days ago of taking viewers behind the scenes of Casey Veggies’ new music video for “She In My Car” featuring Dom Kennedy. Today, the finalized version drops and features some dope footage of the rappers performing the camera as they live it up in luxury and celebrate their success at a fancy house on the hills. ”She In My Car” is featured on Veggies’ Life Changes mixtape. Keep an eye out for a cameo from MMG’s Rockie Fresh who also showed up on set to support and get a game of pool in.
Civil TV goes behind the scenes on the set of Casey Veggie’s new visual for “She In My Car.” The track also features Dom Kennedy who was on set in Beverly Hills taking in the scenery and beautiful models. Check out Veggies as he shares some commentary with the camera and is all smiles when he gets a rub down in a bubble bath from a few sexy extras.
Casey Veggies is back with another top notch remix and this time “Faces” gets a new look with the help of fellow Los Angeles rapper Dom Kennedy. Produced by Rob Holladay, the smooth and hypnotizing instrumental provides the perfect backdrop for Veggies and Kennedy to kick some savvy playa rhymes about their special love interest. Take a listen as the California duo also keep things customary with some braggadocios bars.
During Nipsey Hussle’s set live at the House Of Blues in West Hollywood, the ‘Crenshaw’ rapper decided to let Cobby Supreme hit the stage to perform his single “Addicted” featuring Dom Kennedy. Check out the All Money In artist got to work and put on a dope performance for a sold out crowd. “Addicted” is featured on Supreme’s Pyrex Vision 2 project.
Nipsey Hussle surprises fans at the House of Blues in West Hollywood when he decides to bring out Dom Kennedy for “Checc Me Out.” Rapper Cobby Supreme who shows up on the ‘Crenshaw’ featured song also took the stage to perform his respective verse.
HipHopSince1987 catches up with Los Angeles’ Nipsey Hussle for an exclusive interview. Check out Neighborhood Nip give details on his new Crenshaw mixtape organically came about after recording for his upcoming debut album Victory Lap. Nipsey opens up about his fallout and eventual reconciliation with long-time friend and producer Ralo and the impact it’s had on his music since. Hussle also reveals that he doesn’t have a favorite track off Crenshaw but explains that “Crenshaw and Slauson (True Story)” is probably his most honest song as it contains most of his story.
As the discussion continued, the rapper looks back on some of his setbacks he had to endure such as having the police raid his studio, dealing with his brother Blacc Sam going to Prison, dealing with issues in the streets and even admits he use to transport pounds of drugs to Las Vegas. Before calling it a wrap, Nipsey Hussle addresses the project’s single “Checc Me Out” with Dom Kennedy and reassures viewers that they will see a music video for soon soon.
Vibe TV catches up with Lemiert Park rapper Dom Kennedy and gets his thoughts on the creative direction behind his latest album Get Home Safely. Kennedy also gets into details behind his album accidentally being sold before its release date by retailer Best Buy. Listen as Dom breaks down how he was able to get, Get Home Safely, on to Best Buy’s shelves and his decision to introduce fans to the project with the first single “South Central Love.”