Domanic Rincones originates from Seattle Washington and has a lust for life kind of attitude. He is half Mexican and half white which produces his pretty boy rapper image. Domanic has multiple tracks on his Soundcloud and will get you bopping to his slick beats and lyrics made for sorority girls and parties. The songs are heavily inspired by the norms of stereotypical college life of partying, girls, and having a good time. He is currently working new tracks and a music video for his track, “On Gawd”.
Domanic already emits his laidback vibe with the beginning instrumental as he breaks into his verses. The piano melody and effects eventually go into what would probably be considered the chorus. Repeating the title “On Gawd” is so catchy and will be your go-to party anthem. Domanic easily transitions into his lyrics that are witty and explicit. His flow is extremely smooth and he is very aware of it and takes advantage of every second in the track. Like most rappers, he is able to show his ego and confidence but does it in a way that his listeners will take as empowering when listening to it. It is no question as to why Domanic has over 8,000 listens on this track alone with his other tracks hitting the same range or higher.
Take a moment to check out Domanic's "On Gawd" here, and keep reading for the artists interview!
Hey Domanic! Great to chat with you! Can you tell us a bit about you?
I started writing music in the 8th grade messing around with my friends in science class attempting to impress those around me and make laugh.
When did you start songwriting?
To impact people at a greater level.
What do you hope to accomplish with your career in music?
Financial freedom for myself and everyone around me.
Love the new single “On Gawd”, can you tell us a bit about the creation process of the single and the meaning behind it?
Myself and the homies got super high and we’re free-styling in my dorm room until we got something catchy. Then one thing led to another we created the record in about 2 hours.
What has been your biggest challenge so far as an artist?
My biggest challenge is knowing when to channel vulnerability. But I have gotten better.
What do you hope your listeners will gain from listening to your music?
What's next for you?
My album “Rolling Titties & Rolling Blunts”.
Check out Domanic though Instagram for updates on latest releases!