|New Domo Genesis Mixtape|
2012-08-02 by elephantREVOLUTION | 16 Replies | 1633 Views
Domo Genesis has released his new mixtape 'No idols.' It is entirely produced by The Alchemist and features guest spots by fellow Odd Future members Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator, as well as Action Bronson, Smoke DZA, Spaceghostpurrp, Vince Staples, Prodigy, and Freddie Gibbs.
Download for free here: http://limelinx.com/ds86j
this is pretty good. definitely the bets thing domo has done
Digging: Tullycraft - Lost in Light Rotation
I may check this out.
Sounds cool. I'll check this later
Will deff' check out. Production of the beats on Rolling Papers made most of it hard to listen to, but Under the Influence was spectacular. Hoping for some tracks akin to "More Clouds" & "Benediction".
im starting to hate these sites with all the download advertisements
Digging: Indigo - Storm
Can't wait to listen.
god the alchemist is the worst fucking producer. i am so sick of his boring ass played beats. IT IS 2012 ASSHOLE NOT 1998. I dont think i'll even listen to this.
Digging: Yo Gotti - I Am
'im starting to hate these sites with all the download advertisements '
haha yea but anyone who pirates their music knows to look for the smallest 'download' link
Haha soby that's awesome. Covert Coup was good though!
Digging: The Constructus Corporation - The Ziggurat
IT IS 2012 ASSHOLE NOT 1998
Exactly! I never got the rep that he gets. If someone needs old school 90's beats, even then he's the mediocre option to go to.
couldnt find a link anywhere thank you sputnik! great features better not disappoint domo's been heatin up
Better than his last release but not as good as OFVOL2. Perhaps I was expecting too much. My favourite tracks are The Daily News, Like a Star and obviously the title track where Tyler goes off the hook as usual with his intro. Still would have liked to see Wolf this summer though..
@kingsoby1 - I agree. I feel its more the alc that let me down here rather than domo.. those beats were bland shoulda just got Left Brain lol
his beats aren't amazing but i think they get the job done. i've never liked left brain's beats that much.
The Alchemist is alright but if he wanted old school beats why not go to Thelonious Monk?
Left Brain is okay for what it is, but he doesn't really branch out sound wise. Not that he needs to. I miss old Tyler beats like Earl or Bastard.
Digging: Neil Davidge - Halo 4 Original Soundtrack
Agree with soby, Alchemist is a flat out horrible producer, the only production I've been able to tolerate from him thus far is with Roc Marciano, and unfortunately Roc sounds good and all but is a low tier lyricist. If Alchemists production is supposed to be an attempt at old school 90's, I find it to be way off the mark. It's just annoying loops of terrible samples.