Is He The Next Rising Star To Come Out Of Harlem? New Music: Dominic Lord “Old English”

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With a buzz that is getting bigger by the day, this 18-year-old kid has been labeled as “the next rising star to come out of Harlem”. With just a few songs available to the public, this up & coming artist has been courted by the bosses. Yes, he sat in meetings with some of the biggest labels including Geffen, Warner Bros, Def Jam and more. Dominic was an early member of the A$AP movement with Rocky, Ferg, Bari, Nast and others. Dom’s role was a designer: It is rumored that he designed those iconic VSVP pieces for Blackscale. Now he is focusing more on songwriting and producing.

In fact, Dom is so serious about taking his career to the next level that he has partner with manager Steven Victor (Pusha T), is being represented by entertainment lawyer Theo Sedlmayr (50 Cent, Chief Keef) and has been in the studio with Stargate, Hudson Mohawke and Benny Blanco.

His official debut song “Pierce” caught the attention of some music execs and critics. The song actually received good reviews. Now he is back with his follow-up single “Old English”. This kid is very talented! He has a bright future ahead of him.  Dom, welcome to the music industry, give it all you have and take your talents pass the stars. Dominic’s Fashion Show EP will be released on Sept. 7.

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NEXT PAGE:  DOMINIC LORD’S “PIERCE” ARTWORK & AUDIO

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  1. TheBedStuyDandy

    August 26, 2012 at 5:22 pm

    I agree, his music is touching on an aesthetic not many artists in the rap genre can attest to. He has a indie-pop approach to the hip-hop scene, this in turn makes his music very tasteful, almost like fine art!

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