Fans can stream Dom Kennedy’s new album, By Dom Kennedy.
The new LP is the L.A. native’s follow up to his 2013 Get Home Safely. Prior to today’s drop, he released his new single “2Bad” only a few days ago. Dom only announced the new record two weeks ago when he posted a photo of the album’s cover art on Instagram with the caption “6.2.15.” Since the OPM signee hasn’t dropped much music in a while, this new offering is rather welcomed.
By Dom Kennedy is Kennedy’s third studio album and comes in light on the features. Bonic of Philly’s Most Wanted is the only other artist who appears on the new LP. Dom shared his excitement about the release on Twitter.
Thank u to all the people that pre ordered the album forever grateful by your show of faith.
By Dom Kenendy is available on iTunes. Take a look at the tracklist below and stream here.
1. Daddy 2. My First Reply (Till It’s Over) 3. On My Hometown/Nobody Else 4. Represent (I Like That) 5. What I Tell Kids 6. Fried Lobster feat. Bonic 7. Thank You Biggie 8. Lemonade 9. 2Bad 10. Alhambra 11. Posted in the Club [Extended]
The wait is almost over. We’re a little over 24 hours away from the NBA Finals getting underway pitting the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James against the “Splash Brothers” of Golden State. It promises to be a very entertaining series with I’m sure a memorable moment or two thrown in along the way. To get you ready, here are my Top 5 NBA Finals Moments, and an opportunity for you to vote which one you think is the top moment in the poll at the tail end.
5) Game 6 2013 NBA Finals- Ray Allen Steals One From Spurs
This is pretty fresh in everyone’s memory I assume? There are a ton of memorable moments from the history of the Finals and don’t worry we’ll reach back into the time machine a bit. But how can you not have this shot on the list? The sequence is ridiculous. Missed three, offensive rebound by Bosh, hits Allen who’s backpedaling into the corner without looking is behind the three point line and buries the shot to tie the game – saving the series for Miami.
4) Game 6 1998 NBA Finals- Jordan Buries Jazz
This is one of two Jordan moments on this list. Should it be higher? Maybe, but that’s what the poll is for. If you’re a basketball fan, you know the story by now. Jordan stopped on a dime at the top of the key, his defender Byron Russell fell down and “His Airness” made him pay by burying the shot that would win the game 87-86 and give the Bulls their 6th title in 8 years.
3) Game 5 1980 NBA Finals- Magic Plays Center
Magic Johnson was an anomaly when he came to the NBA. At 6-foot-9 with the playmaking and shooting ability of a point guard, he was the first of his kind, versatile in a way that had never been seen. He proved just how versatile when Kareem Abdul Jabbar would miss Game 6 of the 1980 series against the 76ers and Johnson played center in his stead. All he did was rack up 42 points 15 rebounds and 7 assists to win the series.
2) Game 5 1997 Finals- The Flu Game
Here’s the second Jordan moment of the list. You know the story. Jordan came down with “flu-like symptoms” prior to Game 5 of the Finals with the series tied at 2. There was speculation that he wouldn’t be able to play in the game. He’s MJ so of course he not only played, but dominated the competition to the tune of 38 points 7 rebounds 5 assists and 3 steals.
1) Game 7 1970 Finals- The Willis Reed Game
This story is also extremely well known. Knicks center Willis Reed was struggling with a torn hamstring, had missed Game 6 and wasn’t expected to be able to play in Game 7. He managed to play through the pain and while not dominating offensively like the other guys on this list (only 4 points) his defense on Wilt was very good holding him to 2-9 shooting. Reed’s Knicks teammates inspired by his efforts pulled out a 113-99 win for their first and only NBA Championship.
You can give your thoughts, vote on the poll below for which of these five moments you think was the greatest!
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NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. trade deficit narrowed in April on a drop in imports, which surged in March following the end of a West Coast ports labor dispute, while companies picked up their hiring in May after a pullback the previous month. The data supported the notion the U.S. economy has recovered somewhat from a first-quarter contraction and bolstered expectations the Federal Reserve may consider raising interest rates later this year. "The takeaway for now is that the massive drag from trade activity is beginning to unwind, though this sector is likely to remain a modest drag on activity this quarter on account of the strong dollar, higher energy prices and weak global demand," said Millan Mulraine, deputy head of U.S. strategy at TD Securities.