Dave East Songs

  • Everybody Say
    Everybody Say
    Artists are using Thanksgiving, as they do every year, as an opportunity to thank fans with a dose of new and/or free music. Trey Songz comes through with two new records, released by Chicago's own Mano. Mano handles the production on this one, with two features from Dave East and MIKExANGEL. This follows up Trey Songz's Intermission EP, which was one of the last times we heard from him (apart from a DJ Khaled feature, but who didn't do a Khaled feature?), so this two-for-one is a very smooth, and very nice surprise.
  • Rich Or Broke
    Rich Or Broke
    According to Dave East, there is no middle class. You're either rich, and if not, then you're broke. It's hard out here. This declaration comes by way of East's new leak, "Rich or Broke," and while we are to assume the New York spitter falls in the former category, he'll never tell just how much he makes.
  • Tom Ford & Crack Smoke
    Tom Ford & Crack Smoke
    After Fame School and Manolo Rose linked up for "Dope In My Blood" off the A3C Vol. 5 compilation album, they've returned together on Fame School's "Tom Ford & Crack Smoke." That's quite the combination, who's tried it?
  • Real Nigga (NYC Remix)
    Real Nigga (NYC Remix)
    Troy Ave fancies himself the savior of New York hip-hop, and while the Internet has been intent on lampooning him for the underwhelming sales of his debut album, fellow NYC rappers seem to be supportive of his movement. The Bed-Stuy rapper has just dropped off a remix of "Real N*gga," featuring Dave East, Young Lito, Tray Pizzy, Neek Bucks, and Oun-P.  Ave keeps the same verse from the original track "to show y'all I won't never change up." Sounds like proof to me. Anyway, fans of NY should enjoy all the talents here, especially Dave East. 
  • Cake
    VDon may not be a household named producer, but he’s definitely got the credentials for it, working with the likes of Curren$y, 50 Cent, ASAP Rocky, and many more of your favorite rappers. On November 6th, the Harlem producer will release a new project called The Opiate, which will feature guest appearances from Smoke DZA, Dave East, ASAP Ant, Trae Tha Truth, Al Doe, and many more.
  • Glory (Freestyle)
    Glory (Freestyle)
    DJ OP decides to come out of nowhere today and liberate a new freestyle from Harlem’s Dave East over Cam’ron’s classic instrumental “Glory.”
  • KD
    Dave East has been grinding in the studio the last couple months in anticipation of his upcoming project Hate Me Now. "KD" is the third offering from the project, a menacing cut from start to finish as up and coming East details what life is like uptown. He actually used to record at Kevin Durant's studio back in his college days, so the title is an homage to the hooper as well as a warning to fuckbois -- he's a shooter! "Tre pound, that's a KD."
  • Get Ya Mind Right
    Get Ya Mind Right
    Dave East may be readying a new Gangsta Grillz mixtape-slash-album, but he's not letting that stop him put out freebies in between. At the end of last week, the Harlem native unleashed a collaboration with Queens connect, Nas, "Forbes List." He continues to ride the high from last week with a freestyle over Jeezy's "Get Ya Mind Right." How'd he do?
  • Forbes List
    Forbes List
    The other week, Harlem spitter and Mass Appeal signee Dave East announced a new mixtape in the works. The project, titled Hate Me Now, was led by the leak "Demons." The mixtape touted a feature from bossman Nas, and today Dave East has decided to let us hear the collaboration. It definitely channels old school New York vibes, as Dave imagines the millions he'll be making (but with Nas no imagination is required).
  • Talkin' Bout
    Talkin' Bout
    We've featured Harlem's Dave East on the site many times, but today he's appearing on a track from newcomer Dro Hef, who makes his debut through Heatseekers this week. His new track, "Talkin' Bout," appears on his just-released project, Million Dollar Dreaming. This isn't the first time Hef and East have come together, building a chemistry over their goal to put on for their respective New York Neighborhoods (Hef's from Long Island), balancing classic sounds from the city with exciting new flavors. 
  • Demons
    Earlier today, Dave East announced a new mixtape, Hate Me Now. The project will follow up last year's Black Rose, and should be a make-or-break project for the Mass Appeal signee and Harlem native. It's looking strong off the bat, with the tracklist containing features from Nas, Pusha T, Jadakiss, Styles P, Mack Wilds, Rico Love and more.  Before the mixtape drops on October 2nd, Dave East comes through with a new leak, "Demons," a solo cut showcasing his lyrical ability, over some very NYC-sounding production.
  • Too Real
    Too Real
    After hitting us with the socially-conscious “Non Violent Murder” record last month, Young Money’s Jae Millz decides to return today with fellow Harlem spitter Dave East for a new collab titled “Too Real.”
  • Air It Out (Remix)
    Air It Out (Remix)
    Dave East continues to roll out new music leading up to the release of his HMN (Hate Me Now) mixtape. Last week, the Harlem spitta dropped off the #Partythisweekend freestyle, and now tonight he’s back with another one over Jadakiss’ classic cut “Air It Out.”
  • #PartyThisWeeknd Freestyle
    #PartyThisWeeknd Freestyle
    Dave East is currently prepping a new tape by the name of Hate Me Now, and instead of the usual promotional formula, he's chosen a pretty unique way to tease the upcoming release for NYC residents. This Saturday, August 29th, he'll be hosting an event at one of the city's best fried chicken spots (Sweet Chick on Ludlow Street) where he'll curate a mix of PartyNextDoor and The Weeknd songs and perform three new tracks from the upcoming tape. 
  • Fucc The Police
    Fucc The Police
    Adrian Swish's upcoming compilation, On The Set: Crips & Bloods, is an attempt to bring the two gangs together through music. The latest leak from the project turns to New Yorker, Dave East, who makes an effort to portray the real enemies in his new track, "Fuck The Police". Following the release of Straight Outta Compton, it couldn't be a more timely release.  
  • Demonstrate
    Dave East is currently working on a new mixtape called Hate Me Now, and today we’re blessed with a new offering from it. Linking up with producer Rico Suave, here goes the latest solo cut from the Harlem rapper titled “Demonstrate”.
  • Pistons Vs. Knicks
    Pistons Vs. Knicks
    Dave East and Earlly Mac are no strangers to the HotNewHipHop offices. Each rapper has stopped by on multiple occasions, and, recently they linked up at our studio to create a new record with production from Earlly's frequent collaborator IcePic and Sergio. You'll recall that IcePic's production was all over Earlly Mac's recent project Cousin Trap. 
  • NY State Of Mind (Freestyle)
    NY State Of Mind (Freestyle)
    Dave East might rep NYC harder than any other rapper. After spitting over a series of LOX beats in "Living Off Xperience" and then over Jay Z and Philly affiliate Beanie Sigel's "It's On," he today shares his latest to ode to NYC, "NY State of Mind Freestyle."
  • MMM (Remix)
    MMM (Remix)
    Cassidy continues to keep the new music coming. After hitting us with the track “Lets Go Champ”, the Philly native decides to return and give his March release “MMM” the MEGA-remix treatment, recruiting Fred Money, Vado, Uncle Murda, Vado, JR Writer, Fat Trel, Dave East, Chubby Jag, Compton Menace, Red Café, Papoose, Drag-On, and Fred Da Godson.
  • Double Up
    Double Up
    Fresh off the release of his “No Coachella For Me” video, Dave East decides to keep it moving today and return today with a new track for us called “Double Up” featuring Ninoman. Over production from Automatik & Kronic, Dave flexes his lyrical muscles and raps about hustling throughout his come up. Highlighted by gritty production and vicious bars, “Double Up” is another strong addition to Dave East’s steady growing catalogue of hits. Suggest you don’t sleep on this one.