Dave East Songs

Clarity
Clarity
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Bino Rideaux & Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Nipsey Hussle may have gotten himself into some legal trouble this past week, but Marathon Mondays must go on. After releasing "Picture Me Rollin" last Monday, he comes through this week with"Clarity" featuring a hook from Bino Rideaux and a verse from rapidly ascending Nas disciple Dave East.
Body For My Zipcode
Body For My Zipcode
DJ Drama Feat. Young Life, Freddie Gibbs & Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
DJ Drama brings together a few hardened rappers from across the country for his threatening collaboration "Body For My Zipcode"-- each rapper repping a different zip code, ostensibly. Young Life is perhaps the least familiar name of the bunch, as a Compton up and comer, although he makes up the majority of the song. Meanwhile Gangsta Gibbs holds it down for Indiana, and Dave East is Harlem's own. 
Harlem
Harlem
Bia Feat. Dave East
HOTTTTT
We first introduced you to Boston emcee Bia back in February when she released the Cardo & Johnny Juliano-produced song “Whip It.” Today, Bia makes her return to the scene thanks to another big single with XXL Freshman rapper Dave East called “Harlem.”
Stove Top
Stove Top
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Harlem’s Dave East continues to keep the content coming. After hitting us with tracks like “Hold Me Down” with BJ The Chicago Kid & “Do It For” with G Herbo recently, the XXL Freshmen decides to return tonight and share his latest offering called “Stove Top.”
Do It For
Do It For
Dave East & G Herbo
VERY HOTTTTT
XXL made a few controversial selections for this year's freshman cover; Dave East and G Herbo were not among them. Possibly around the time they participated in the cover shoot (in the cover art they wear their freshly minted varsity jackets) they recorded a new song together called "Do It For."  Who do East and Herbo do it for? The answer is multifaceted. They trade cautionary street tales throughout the icy Black Metaphor-produced track. That which does not kill you makes you stronger.
Hold Me Down
Hold Me Down
Dave East & BJ The Chicago Kid
VERY HOTTTTT
Between the new XXL Freshman cover and his unimpeachable Eastmix series, Dave East is officially en fuego. After joining forces with FAT Trel on yesterday's "All My Life," he links up with Chicago crooner BJ the Chicago Kid on a new track called "Hold Me Down."
All My Life
All My Life
FAT TREL Feat. Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
After an impressive mixtape run from June 2015 through January 2016 comprised of Georgetown, Muva Russia, and Finesse Gang, MMG's Fat Trel is getting ready to release the sequel t
Deposits
Deposits
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East is back at it again with another fiery Eastmix submission. This week -- "Deposits." East is one of the most exciting young rappers in New York City. Despite his recent success, it appears that he is more motivated, ruthless, and obsessed with money than ever. "Deposits" is a three-and-a-half minute meditation on money, women, and the good life. He throws in a few quality food metaphors mixed in along the way. East is eatin'.
Summertime
Summertime
Franc Grams Feat. Dave East
HOTTTTT
Grams hasn't made an appearance on the site since the winter, but with summer underway (even if the weather doesn't know it yet), the rapper makes a return with a summertime anthem, titled (what else) "Summertime."  Franc connects with Harlemite Dave East and fellow Connecticut native Ru Williams for the smooth record, which is produced by Lando Beats. Ru handles the hook which basically runs down all the good things that the summer brings-- day time drinking, bikinis, and warm weather, while Lando keeps things light and airy, with warm synths, drums and piano keys.
Anna Mae
Anna Mae
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
After dropping off a fresh East-meets-West collab with The Game, Harlem's Dave East is back to his "EastMix" series, keeping up the New York tradition of dropping weekly freestyles over a mix of trending as well as classic instrumentals.
Bad Boy On Death Row
Bad Boy On Death Row
Dave East Feat. The Game
VERY HOTTTTT
A week after his last track, "Dead Man Walking," Dave East is back with a strong new collab with The Game: "Bad Boy on Death Row." There's a good amount of kinship between the stylings of the Compton veteran and the Harlem youngster, and on "Bad Boy on Death Row," they come through with a smooth, purist piece of gangsta rap. The title is fitting.
Dead Man Walking
Dead Man Walking
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East has been making waves in New York with his uncompromisingly gritty street records, and he's showing no signs of stopping. Today, he's dropped "Dead Man Walking," a bare-knuckled tour de force that finds Dave in his element once again, keeping his vocals reserved, but his rhymes surgical. He's playing the traditional New York game, but injecting it with a less insular energy, breathing new life into the formula by adding some new flows to the mix.
Gorilla Glue (Remix)
Gorilla Glue (Remix)
Dave East
HOTTTTT
Dave East has been on a tear of Eastmixes lately. The Harlem native is in between projects, and recently dropped off remixes of Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All The Way Up" as well as "Uber Everywhere," in between features with Mac Miller and DJ Kay Slay. This Friday afternoon he delivers a new Eastmix for a song called "Gorilla Glue"-- which appears to use a re-make of Chief Keef's "Faneto" beat.
Rap Attack
Rap Attack
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Joell Ortiz & Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Coming off the release of his 50 Shades Of Slay mixtape, DJ Kay Slay is now transitioning his focus to his next project called The Man In The Mirror, which is coming soon. Looking to kick off the campaign tonight, the NYC DJ decides to come through and share the first single from the project called “Rap Attack” featuring fellow NYC spitters Dave East & Joell Ortiz.
Uber Everywhere (Remix)
Uber Everywhere (Remix)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East keeps his EastMix series going strong with the release of a new "Uber Everywhere" remix. We don't often hear gritty NYC rappers over such airy, light production, but Dave handles it extremely well. Take a listen and let us know if you're feeling his take on Madeintyo's popular instrumental.
 Headaches and Migraines
Headaches and Migraines
Mac Miller Feat. Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
The opening track on the new Smoke Till I'm Dead compilation is as good as it gets in terms of 4/20 releases. Recruiting Cardo, aka the one of the brilliant minds behind the all-time smoker's classic Kush & OJ, Mac Miller delivers some heady bars, while Dave East shows up to briefly tighten up the feel of the song, finding the nook and crannies of the beat Mac looked over on his floating flows, before handing it back to Miller, who proceeds to dig further into the groove, riding a multi-syllabic flow into eternity.
All The Way Up (Remix)
All The Way Up (Remix)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
At the beginning of March, Fat Joe and Remy Ma, with assistance from French Montana, took back the New York sound real quick. Their collaborative single, "All the Way Up" has been buzzing ever since, and the remixes are just starting to pour in.
Money
Money
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Earlier this year, it seemed like Dave East was featured on a new collab every day. It's now been a week since his last feature (as well as his appearance in the video to his December collab with Fabolous), and today he's returned with a solo track titled "Money," produced by New York duo Buda & Grandz. The track is meant to get fans ready for East's upcoming "Hate Me Now" tour, which kicks off on Monday (Apr. 11) in Philadelphia. 
El Chapo (Remix)
El Chapo (Remix)
Ron Browz Feat. 2 Milly, Dave East, N.O.R.E., Smoke DZA & Cory Gunz
VERY HOTTTTT
Ron Browz' minimal "El Chapo" record has been gradually gaining steam since its release last summer, so today, the rapper has assembled an impressive roster of New York rappers to give it the proper crew track treatment. The crowded posse cut seems to be more of a rarity than it once was, so grabbing *takes deep breath* 2 Milly, Dave East, N.O.R.E., Smoke DZA, and Cory Gunz for this one feels like quite an event, especially considering the variety of ages and styles within the group.