The Koreatown Oddity’s latest album Little Dominiques Nosebleed is about growing up black in Koreatown, Los Angeles since the ‘80s. Each step of his journey is told through his music, combining an eclectic selection of musical flourishes with comedy and unusual scenarios often featuring people of his family and community. Little Dominiques Nosebleed is produced entirely by The Koreatown Oddity and guest artists include Sudan Archives, Anna Wise, Baby Rose, C.S Armstrong, Fatlip and many more.
“Breastmilk” by producer and rapper The Koreatown Oddity is out now, the follow up to his critically acclaimed 2020 album Little Dominiques Nosebleed. On this wild hip-hop track, Dominique raps about the nutritional value of its namesake. The accompanying video includes illustrations by Skyler Duf and animation by Ben Marlowe, for the full effect.