After a quiet first half of 2017 on the solo tip, Dom Kennedy returns with another collab project with hit-maker, Hit-Boy. The Cali duo release the third installment of their Half-a-Mil series.

The new EP features seven songs, with appearances from 24 Hours, Quentin Miller and BC. Hit-Boy handles the bulk of the production, while G-Dave crafts the track, "Might as Well."

Dom and Hit first joined forces last December, releasing the first Half-a-Mil EP. They doubled up this past February with the second edition, which featured six songs and a guest spot from BCarr.

The latest project finds the Cali duo again spitting about weather, weed and women over top-notch production.

Fans are definitely looking for new solo stuff from Dom, who released his latest album, Los Angeles Is Not for Sale Vol. 1, in December. Never one to over saturate the market with his music, he's dropped records sparingly this year, including the track "Word Around Town" and the collab with Snoop Dogg, "Do It Again." A second volume of L.A. Is Not for Sale is reportedly in the works.

Stream Dom Kennedy and Hit-Boy's Half-a-Mil 3 below.

Dom Kennedy and Hit-Boy's Half-a-Mil 3 EP Tracklist

1. "The Mob"
2. "Last Name"
3. "Don't Run" Feat. 24 Hours
4. "In The Hills" Feat. Quentin Miller
5. "Might as Well" Feat. Quentin Miller
6. "Pop Tarts" Feat. BC
7. "All Access"

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