Dave East may still have Paranoia rocking in the streets but this little loose track produced by V-Don titled “Bipolar” is certainly worth your time.
Dave East takes a seat with Hard Knock TV to discuss everything from how he converted to Islam and the job Trump is doing to his track “Don’t Shoot” and hooping with Kevin Durant.
Harlem rapper Dave East got his big break when he was discovered by Nas in 2014 and signed to the legendary MC’s Mass Appeal label. Last week, East dropped his Paranoia: A True Story EP, and one of its most popular songs is the lead single “Perfect” featuring Chris Brown. The track has already racked up over one million Spotify streams since its release on July 28. As East explains to Genius, “Perfect” is a tribute to all of the different women in his life.
With the release of Paranoia, Dave East cuts loose a video for “Dirty Little Secret” where the Harlem emcee ends up getting caught in some mess with the daughter of the boss.
With Paranoia around the corner, Dave East heads to Power 105.1 to give DJ Clue some bars on his show with this sizzling freestyle.
Dave East shares the track listing for his album Paranoia that drops on Friday. Featuring the likes of Young Jeezy, Nas, Wiz Khalifa and French Montana, Mr. East has the collection of talent but we’ll see how he puts it all to work when the album releases.
A$AP FERG FEAT. BUSTA RHYMES, A$AP ROCKY, DAVE EAST, SNOOP DOGG, RICK ROSS & FRENCH MONTANA – EAST COAST REMIX [VIDEO]
There are a lot of people on the remix for A$AP Ferg’s “East Coast.” So, as you can expect, there are a lot of people in the video. Enjoy.
A$AP FERG FEAT. BUSTA RHYMES, A$AP ROCKY, DAVE EAST, FRENCH MONTANA, RICK ROSS & SNOOP DOGG – EAST COAST (REMIX)
A$AP Ferg assembles a ridiculous lineup for the remix to “East Coast” that features his brother A$AP Rocky, Rick Ross, Dave East, Busta Rhymes, French Montana and Snoop Dogg.
Dave East’s Paranoia album is set to drop in August but the Mass Appeal emcee goes back to his “Kairi Chanel” mixtape to drop a video for “Slow Down” where he drops an ode to those who look to grow up too fast in the streets.
Dave East and Fred the Godson join forces and hit the “G5.”