Borrowing a beat from the O.T. Genasis song of the same name, Harlem spitter Dave East uses “Push It” to bring his lyrical prowess back to his attention. The newly released video pokes fun at Bow Wow’s recent negative experience in Compton. Watch the video for “Push It” below.
Dave East has been giving us gratuitous tracks since his mixtape release in September and the latest is “No Hook” featuring G Herbo and Don Q. The East Harlem-bred rapper comes with New York boom-pap and raw lyrics to satiate modern and classic rap fans alike, which is a big part of why we are . . .
For his latest EASTMIX, Dave East puts his spin on D’Angelo‘s classic tune, “Lady.” Dave does well to maintain his gritty persona while still managing to appeal to his female fanbase on this one. Listen to “What A Year” below and let us know how he did in the comments.
Juelz Santana gets busy and links up with with fellow NY spitters, Dave East, Bobby Shmurda, and Rowdy Rebel for “Time Ticking.” One things is for sure: We need the money on time. Juelz gets it. This street anthem hits hard and true for all the go getters and hustlers world wide. Listen Jahlil Beats-produced . . .
“I wake up, like ‘I just gotta get it.’ I’m limitless, never find something as real as this.” Pete Rock, Smoke DZA and Dave East essentially represent three different eras of New York hip-hop, but they come together well on the scratch-heavy “Limitless.” This record will features on Pete and DZA’s upcoming Don’t Smoke Rock . . .
Dave East drops a video for “Type Of Time” after announcing a deal with Def Jam and releasing his impressive Kairi Chanel album. The Harlem spitter returns with a beautifully shot new video. You may recall Dave already dropping a short video for this same song, mixed with a video for his “Panda” remix. Months . . .
Def Jam signee and Harlem’s rising star, Dave East, unleashes his debut studio album, Kairi Chanel. He delivers a 15-track project coated with notable features from 2 Chainz, Fabolous, Sevyn Streeter, and more. Listen to Kairi Chanel below and get your copy at iTunes. 1. “It Was Written” 2. “Type of Time” 3. “Again” 4. . . .
Dave East is a busy man right now as he to prepares to drop his Kairi Chanel album on September 30th. To keep things moving, he plays the victim in his “Keisha” video. The video seess East tell a story to his boys about meeting a woman and being finessed at a hotel room after having . . .
Earlier this week, Harlem beast Dave East released a new single called “One Way,” and he wastes no time in following it up with the visuals, directed by Fred Focus. The single, released to keep things moving for East’s Kairi Chanel project is a heater, no doubt about it. Buda & Granz production brought the best . . .
“Don’t trip, I’ma make it.” Dave East doesn’t show any sounds of slowing down. The critically acclaimed, Harlem-based emcee drops jewels again on his latest drop, “One Way.” Look for this Buda Da Future and Grandz Muzik-produced track to appear on Dave’s forthcoming Kairi Chanel project. Stream “One Way” below.
From Philly to Harlem, music yet again shows us that it is without a shadow of doubt a great way to bring people together. Kur and Dave East are very alike and for me that is exactly what makes this project so good. Both artists are hungry and have the taste of success in their . . .
“I pray I never collide with the Devil.” Dave East has been releasing a steady flow of fire into the world as of late, and “Nothin Bout Nothin” is another drop with anthemic potential. Dave’s Kairi Chanel mixtape is set to release soon. Stream the Luca Vialli-produced “Nothin Bout Nothin” below.
Dave East proves to be one of the more consistent artists on the come up, lately. He wraps up this week on a good note with a new Eastmix, “Couple Reasons I’m Popular”. It’s a freestyle over the DJ Khaled/Drake‘s “For Free”. Listen below.
With no stopping in sight, Dave East drops another new track titled “Bag”. He is on a roll as he has recently dropped songs including “No Lights“, “Percocets“, and “Stove Top” and hip hop fans are thankful. Listen below.
July has been busy for Dave East. We’ve seen him on song after song ripping tracks with Bia‘s “Harlem” to Nipsey Hussle‘s “Clarity.” This time around, he drops “No Lights” to continue his musical tear, illustrating the hustle and struggle of a trapper. Listen to the Triple A-produced track below.