Dave East Songs

Keisha
Keisha
Dave East
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Earlier today, ascendant Harlem rapper Dave East announced that he will release his debut album Kairi Chanel on September 30th.
One Way
One Way
Dave East
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Dave East continues to roll out new music ahead of his long awaited Kairi Chanel mixtape. After dropping off tracks like “Off The Gram,” “All Summer,” & “Last Ones Left” all within the past few weeks, the Harlem spitter decides to keep the onslaught of new music rolling by sharing another one for us today called “One Way.”
Last Ones Left
Last Ones Left
Dave East Feat. Don Q
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In the last 12 months, Dave East has separated himself from the pack of promising young New York rappers and established himself as one of the most consistent emcees in the country.
All Summer
All Summer
Dave East
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It’s safe to say Dave East has been bringing the heat "all Summer" long, releasing tracks like “Nothin Bout Nothin,” “Off The Gram,” & even a joint EP with Kur called Born Broke, Die Rich all in this month alone. Looking to keep it going, the Harlem spitter decides to come through tonight and drop off a new single called “All Summer,” which is presumably off his upcoming Kairi Chanel mixtape dropping soon.
No Trust
No Trust
Dave East & Kur
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A couple of days ago, prolific Harlem Freshman Dave East teamed up with bubbling Philly rapper Kur for a surprise joint EP: Born Broke, Die Rich. The 5-track project should please a wide array of hip-hop fans, whether it be those looking for lyricism, street-focused content, or young, unbridled energy. It's got it all. One particular highlight is "No Trust," produced by another Philly guy in Maaly Raw, a frequent collaborator of Kur as well as Lil Uzi Vert. 
Off The Gram
Off The Gram
Dave East Feat. Piif Jones
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Two new Dave East tracks in one day? Yep, and those who've been keeping up with the recent output of the Harlem Freshman shouldn't be too surprised.
I Got It (Remix)
I Got It (Remix)
Neef Buck Feat. Dave East
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Philly vet Neef Buck is still kicking raps around. Earlier this summer he released a Jahlil Beats-producer banger called "I Got It." (Does Jahlil Beats produce anything but bangers? No.) Today he comes through with the remix.
Nothin Bout Nothin
Nothin Bout Nothin
Dave East
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Dave East continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with four new songs this past week, including “Percocets,” “No Lights,” “Bag,” & most recently “Couple Reasons Im Popular,” the XXL Freshmen decides to keep it moving by sharing his latest offering “Nothin Bout Nothin.”
Couple Reasons I'm Popular (Freestyle)
Couple Reasons I'm Popular (Freestyle)
Dave East
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DJ Khaled's and Drake's "For Free" is a summer smash in the spirit of "I'm On One" and "No New Friends," and like those records, it has inspired some remixes from other artists. Dave East has decided to take on the beat, a decidedly bright turn for him, but one he handles with grace, holding nothing back when it comes to his ferocious street raps, but finding a new catchy groove within his often rigidly arranged flows. He recently appeared as a XXL Freshman, being one of two New York rappers to make the cover alongside Desiigner.
Bag
Bag
Dave East
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Productivity, consistency -- Dave East has got both. That's why he's a member of this year's Freshman class and why he's one of the hottest artists in New York. Here's his third track of the week: "Bag." 
No Lights
No Lights
Dave East
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Dave East, one of the most prolific members of this year's Freshman class, is back with another new track, "No Lights," arriving just a day after "Percocets." "No Lights" has a similar reckless energy to "Percocets," but the track provides sharp details about trapping drugs rather than using them. The title refers to the lack of visibility in East's dope house; luckily, he says his gun works just fine. 
Percocets
Percocets
Dave East
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Dave East continues to roll out new music leading up to the release of his forthcoming Kairi Chanel mixtape.
Clarity
Clarity
Nipsey Hussle Feat. Bino Rideaux & Dave East
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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