Now that Dom Kennedy's new album, 'Get Home Safely,' finally has a firm release date, the mellow Los Angeles rapper has revealed some more details from the project.

Today we're seeing the two pieces of cover art that will accompany the record when it drops Oct. 15. They both feature Kennedy standing next to a man holding newspapers prominently displaying the headline of "WESTSIDE GET THE MONEY." This is a direct reference to one of Kennedy's tracks and it's also one of his favorite sayings, so it's fitting.

The 16-track album is set to feature production primarily from his go-to team, the Futuristiks, though DrewByrd, 1500 or Nothin', and DJ Khalil also provided beats. The vocal guests include Skeme, Nipsey Hussle, and Krondon.

Peep the alternate art below. The album will be available on digital retails and, for the first time ever, at Best Buy locations across the U.S.