Dave East Songs

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
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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.
On & On (Remix)
On & On (Remix)
Dave East
HOTTTTT
Dave East has been releasing an onslaught of new freestyles over the past couple months, but unfortunately it looks like that’s coming to an end today. A few hours ago, the Harlem spitter decided to take to twitter and wish Ms. Erykah Badu a happy birthday, along with the release of what he says is his last #EastMix over an Erykah classic “On & On.”
Got Some Work
Got Some Work
DJ OP Feat. Dave East & JR Writer
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Dave East solidified a successful 2015 with his mixtape. He's started out 2016 aggressively, dropping practically a new track every week as he continues his campaign to claim the vacant New York crown. Friday morning, yet another East track by the name of "Got Some Work" has found its way onto the internet.
All Day High
All Day High
Yung Joey Feat. Dave East
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Yung Joey is looking to ride the wave after releasing "Gas" with Gucci Mane last month and appearing on Mike WiLL Made It’s Ransom. Now we’ve got a new track featuring Harlem’s Dave East, “All Day High.”
Not In My Lane (Freestyle)
Not In My Lane (Freestyle)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Drake's "Summer Sixteen" is currently sitting, quite fittingly, at number 6 on the Hot 100, which is quite the achievement for an uncompromising rap record. It feels in line with previous tracks like  "Started From The Bottom," and "0 To 100," which means we'll be hearing a lot of freestyles over this one, and Dave East is one of the first to turn in his version.
Work (Remix)
Work (Remix)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East has been steadily rolling with his “Eastmix” series, pumping out remix after remix of the hottest tracks out. Next up he gives Rihanna’s collaboration with Drake “Work” the Dave East treatment.
Microphone Murderers
Microphone Murderers
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Dave East, Raekwon & Papoose
VERY HOTTTTT
DJ Kay Slay continues to roll out new music in support of his upcoming mixtape, 50 Shades Of Slay. After hitting us with the track “Business Never Personal” the other day, the NYC DJ decides to keep it moving and return with another posse cut today called “Microphone Murderers” featuring Dave East, Raekwon and Papoose.
No Time
No Time
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
New York native Dave East has been hitting us with new tracks non-stop in 2016. He’s added a verse to more than one high profile track (calling them “Eastmixes”), but with “No Time” he gets his own track to flex on. Produced by DJ OP, “No Time” is a trap banger about not wasting any time while you’re out to get paper. East spits over down-tuned, snapping snares and reverberating bass about slanging dimes along the 7 train when he wasn’t able to to get a traditional job.
Slippin'
Slippin'
Meek Mill Feat. Future & Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
All in all, Meek Mill's 4/4 part 2 EP is a ferocious release, with nearly every track equaling the unrelenting energy of "War Zone," a record which not only takes aim at Drake, but manages to respond to multiple lines from the rapper's Summer Sixteen record, released a mere 10 minutes earlier.
Panda (Remix)
Panda (Remix)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East continues to push out these Eastmixes like it’s nothing.
No Role Modelz (EAST MIX)
No Role Modelz (EAST MIX)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
It’s been a minute since J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hill Drive dropped, but it’s a great album and clearly Dave East is still giving it burn. The New York emcee adds a verse to the beginning of track but leaves the rest unaltered. East keeps the theme alive on his “East Remix,” rapping about taking women who aren’t used to the high life on private jets, and the behavior they respond with.
Sex You Back To Sleep (Remix)
Sex You Back To Sleep (Remix)
Dave East
VERY HOTTTTT
Dave East continues to keep the remixes coming. After hitting us with freestyles over “Tell Your Friends,” “Real Friends,” & “Sorry,” the Harlem spitter decides to come through today and share another one for us over Chris brown’s Royalty cut “Sex You Back To The Sleep.” Adding his Harlem flavor, Dave keeps in line with the song’s theme and spits some raunchy & provocative lyrics about what he’s going to do to the ladies in the bedroom, something they should surely appreciate this one.