Opening the iTunes Store.If iTunes doesn't open, click the iTunes application icon in your Dock or on your Windows desktop.Progress Indicator
Opening the iBooks Store.If iBooks doesn't open, click the iBooks app in your Dock.Progress Indicator

iTunes is the world's easiest way to organize and add to your digital media collection.

We are unable to find iTunes on your computer. To preview and buy music from Genesis by Domo Genesis, download iTunes now.

Already have iTunes? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.

I Have iTunes Free Download
iTunes for Mac + PC


Open iTunes to preview, buy, and download music.

iTunes Review

Domo Genesis has always been one of the most laidback, above-board members of the Odd Future crew—less sinister than Tyler, The Creator and not half as inscrutable as Earl Sweatshirt. Genesis, his first official studio album, leans less on his crew’s misanthropic weirdness in favor of stoned-soul confessions and dusty, '90s-style beats. It’s a murky and marvelous outing that features guest spots from Mac Miller (“Coming Back”), Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J (“Go (Gas)”), and Anderson .Paak on “Dapper,” a jazzy, surprisingly convincing night-out anthem from a guy who always seemed perfectly content on the couch.

Customer Reviews

Domo Genesis is in a good place on incredible debut album, 'Genesis'

By now, it’s not hard to see why members of L.A. hip-hop outfit Odd Future went their own ways a year or two ago. It wasn't necessarily because everyone wanted to atomize the collective and it definitely wasn’t because the group lacked moxie or substance. To be honest, they’ve always been on fire as a fully cohesive unit. It was more a case wherein each member or group-act had such unique talent individually that some wanted to distance themselves from the brand to make a separate name for themselves on their own.

A few still feel quite passionate about the movement, including Domo Genesis from Inglewood, an emcee who until this point has distinguished himself with a handful of excellent mixtapes and as one third of MellowHigh with Left Brain and Hodgy Beats of MellowHype. Today, Friday March 25th, Domo has finally released his debut studio album, Genesis, and with it, he is poised to catapult himself onto a higher echelon of rap-recognition, for it is a well balanced, musically agreeable project in which Domo makes the full transition into adulthood mentally. His rhymes are tight, the guests are interesting, the music as already mentioned is lovely, and it provides just the right amount of variety in all areas.

Avoiding labels, Domo is stylish and smart, cool and conscious, taking the best feelings and thoughts from both rapper-subtypes. With his “feet on the ground” and his “head in the clouds,” he levels himself evenly between opposite pulls and just springs forth lyrically in the second track “One Below” with several topics: family, friends, self-sufficiency, focus and more - points that really matter at the end of the day. He is a sucker for being himself, working hard, taking the right path, and exploring some of life’s greatest questions (see “Questions” featuring Da$h and Kendra Foster).

He exhibits an excellent attitude everywhere, blocks out the negative peanut gallery and commits himself to a respectable lifestyle. To balance out all his knowledge and wisdom, he sets aside time for fun, choosing to show his hip groovy side in tracks like “Faded in the Moment” with Cam O’bi and “Dapper” with Anderson Paak. He is inspired by hard times and hustles to make a positive change.

Domo Genesis reads a decisive verdict in Genesis stating that he is guilty of being one of the most mature voices of West Coast rap’s new guard, backed by a jury of his peers. Tay Walker, JMSN, Tyler The Creator, Mac Miller, and King Chip are among his guests, in his age range and in agreement with him and his thoughts. A little less compatible but fun nevertheless is how Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J meet with Domo and Tyler for “Go (Gas),” an Odd Future meets Taylor Gang get-together.

Beautifully orchestrated, the production, a gorgeous spread by alternative producers Mike & Keys, Christian Rich, SAP, Los Garcia Bros, Left Brain and others, favors calm relaxing jazz, cool gentle flute and piano, and buoyant easygoing dance numbers that will have the whole industry nodding. Domo’s wordplay is fantastic and although he doesn’t rap about current events or stir up any offensively satisfying rebellion, his head is screwed on right attitude-wise. The social activism can wait, but not much longer, just until and if he starts another LP. That being said, Genesis is a very solid genesis to Domo’s album-making career.

Very Boring Tape...

I love Domo & I've been waiting for this but none of it is impressive or sounds like he's progressed. I honestly wanted to turn it off because all the songs sounded alike but I stuck through it. Very disappointed! The features how ever are pretty good on their use to the song but like I said it's very boring...

Finally we eating!

This gonna be flame! Can't wait been supporting Domo for years now with all of his tapes. I'm so happy for the mans


Born: Hawthorne, CA

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '00s, '10s

One of Odd Future's most humorous MCs who turned much more serious when he went solo, rapper Domo Genesis was born Domonique Cole. A longtime friend of Odd Future leader Tyler, the Creator, Domo joined the crew in 2009. His debut solo mixtape, Rolling Papers, landed in 2010, then Under the Influence appeared in 2011. The year 2012 saw him team with Wiz Khalifa for the single "Ground Up," while medical marijuana dispensaries in California began selling his official strain, Domo OG, that same year....
Full Bio
Genesis, Domo Genesis
View in iTunes

Customer Ratings