King Dave East comes through with the ever soulful No Back And Forth. Dave East has been dropping mad freestyles and remixes non-stop in the past months and he shares a fresh original composition led by Mr Authentic on production. One thing's for certain, he's under no pressure whatsoever for
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Real G's drop singles in visual format! I lie, that's only valid 'cause King Dave East done did that. The music overload is not slowing down as he drops yet another piece, this time with Sos Mula, Home Invasion. The video is straight street with him and the goons menacing
The street calls for Dave East's Paranoia are getting louder with every new music drop and he's not flinching with the consistency either. He drops the new new, What Is The Hold Up?, a title I feel is cheeky given that we're getting impatient about the arrival of the album.
Dave East comes through with the visual of his East Mix to The Weeknd's Party Monster which perfectly loops Paranoia in the hook of the joint serving just as well since the album (with the same title) is on its way. In this music video, directed by new partner PUMA,
I need to gather my thoughts on here. I get so hyped up every time this man drops new music. Dave East is such a rap god. His ability to own these instrumentals in his remixes speaks highly of his artist. He tackles French Montana and Swae Lee's infectious smash
Tory Lanez takes a break from the fire remixes in the Swave Sessions to drop an original piece with fellow wordsmith Dave East. This Triple-A piece is mad with the nostalgic production juxtaposed so well with the standout voices of either emcee. They switch turns on the mic going back
Dave East is at it again. Man, this dude makes my rap heart so happy. He shares the visual for Drake's Free Smoke EASTMIX where he's posting in the streets with the goons as he goes smooth criminal all over the beat and finesses a few things off his chest.
This joint is all the grunge okay? Loving the parade-esque drums accompanied by the bells which always give any hip hop joint that sense of urgency to it. It's major key. Freeway and Dave East have complimentary voices and as they dance on the track you can't help but be