Dave East Videos

Dave East Freestyles On Funk Flex
Dave East Freestyles On Funk Flex
Dave East
Harlem’s own Dave East made his way by the Hot 97 studios last night and blessed Funk Flex with a dope on-air freestyle. Going in over French’s “Lockjaw” instrumental, the XXL Freshmen appears to go straight off the top (or it’s a pre-written verse anyways) & delivers a 3-minute lyrical onslaught. No hook, just straight bars from one of the nicest emcees in the game right now. Check it out above and let us know what you think. New mixtape on the way.
Dave East & G Herbo's XXL Freshman Roundtable Interview
Dave East & G Herbo's XXL Freshman Roundtable Interview
Dave East & G Herbo
More new content from the 2016 XXL Freshman class. By now, the magazine has released all of the individual freestyles from each of the 10 freshman, and all of the classmates were also split up into three separate cyphers. The different cypher groups have remained the same for the newly released series of roundtable interviews. After hearing from the hilarious trio of Desiigner, Lil Dicky, and Anderson.
Dave East & G Herbo's XXL Freshman Cypher
Dave East & G Herbo's XXL Freshman Cypher
G Herbo & Dave East
Here is the third XXL Freshman cypher video of the week. All 10 members of this year's Freshman class have shown off their individual freestyling abilities, and they've now been put up against one another to see how their raps hold up in the cypher format. The first cypher consisted of the strange threesome of Desiigner, Lil Dicky, and Anderson.
Dave East's XXL Freshman Freestyle
Dave East's XXL Freshman Freestyle
Dave East
Harlemite Dave East is next up to take a swing at the XXL Freshman Freestyle, following up one from Lil Uzi Vert yesterday. Although New York rap has been going through a bit of slump, Dave East counts for one of two NYC natives to grace the 2016 XXL Freshman cover, the other being Atlanta appropriator Desiigner.
Dave East "Deposits" Video
Dave East "Deposits" Video
Dave East
A week after dropping off the audio, 2016 XXL Freshman Dave East decides to come through and liberate the official video for his take on Kodak Black’s “Skrilla,” which he calls “Deposits.”
Dave East "It's Time" Video
Dave East "It's Time" Video
Dave East
Dave East returns to his last mixtape, Hate Me Now, for his official visuals for the mixtape cut "It's Time." The video was shot in Tokyo, Japan, and lets Dave East act as our tour guide-- from flashing neon signs to dark alleyways and more, Dave East roams the city with his cameraman in tow. The video definitely contains some interesting sights. 
DJ Paul Feat. Dave East "Let'M Tell It" Video
DJ Paul Feat. Dave East "Let'M Tell It" Video
DJ Paul Feat. Dave East
To promote his upcoming Year Of The Six project, DJ Paul decides to come through today and share a new song & accompanying video in its support called “Let’M Tell It.”
Fabolous Feat. Dave East "Summertime/Sadness" Video
Fabolous Feat. Dave East "Summertime/Sadness" Video
Fabolous Feat. Dave East
Fabolous is gearing up for his joint effort with fellow NYC staple Jadakiss, titled Freddy Vs. Jason. They announced the project two months back, but have yet to come through with a release date.
Dave East & Nas Perform "Forbes List" At SXSW
Dave East & Nas Perform "Forbes List" At SXSW
Dave East Feat. Nas
Time and time again, Dave East and Nas have shown themselves to be huge fans of each other, with Nas signing East to his Mass Appeal imprint and East titling his debut album Hate Me Now after the Nas classic. The Queensbridge legend went on to guest on the Harlem upstart's track "Forbes List," and while performing at his own Mass Appeal SXSW showcase earlier this week, he brought out his young protege to help him out with that track.
Dave East "Life Like" Video
Dave East "Life Like" Video
Dave East
Grammy night or not, Dave East isn’t slowing down when it comes to his friendly release strategy. Keeping his onslaught of new releases coming, the Hate Me Now spitter decides to come through on music’s biggest night to premiere his latest video for “Life Like.” From backstage footage to roamin’ the streets of NYC, Dave & his homies show us what “life is really like” for the buzzing new rapper out of Harlem, New York. Check it out above and keep your eyes peeled for more from Dave soon.
Trey Songz Feat. MIKExANGEL, Dave East "Everybody Say" Video
Trey Songz Feat. MIKExANGEL, Dave East "Everybody Say" Video
Trey Songz Feat. MIKExANGEL & Dave East
Trey Songz latest mixtape with DJ Drama, To Whom It May Concern, was a surefire party starter, and the singer keeps the good times rolling in the new video to "Everybody Say." The track features Harlem spitter Dave East as well as young Virginia singer MIKExANGEL, who both, along with Drama, show up in the new visual. 
China Mac Feat. Dave East "Going Down" Video
China Mac Feat. Dave East "Going Down" Video
China Mac Feat. Dave East
Harlem and Chinatown connect on "Going Down," the new record from China Mac and Dave East. Mac is an up-and-coming emcee who's interested in bringing the gritty sound back into New York hip-hop, and those who've been keeping up with the city's rap scene will know Dave East has been pushing the same movement for a minute now. 
Dave East "Cut It (Freestyle)" Video
Dave East "Cut It (Freestyle)" Video
Dave East
Dave East continues to keep it moving. After hitting us with a freestyle over The Weeknd’s “Tell Your Friends” last month, the Harlem spitter decides to come through and share another one over O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph's “Cut It” instrumental, only this time it’s in visual form.
Dave East "Momma Workin" Video
Dave East "Momma Workin" Video
Dave East
Fresh off the release of his Weeknd remix for “Tell Your Friends,” Harlem spitter Dave East decides to keep it moving today by returning with a new video for his track “Momma Workin.”
Dave East "KD" Video
Dave East "KD" Video
Dave East
If you're from New York, you're probably aware of the hype around Dave East, Harlem native and Mass Appeal signee. The rapper just dropped his Hate Me Now mixtape at the top of the month, and he's now chosen one of the hardest tracks on the project "KD" for his new video. As usual, he keeps things very New York, filming the clip in his city among the people. 
Dave East Freestyles On Funk Flex (Pt. 2)
Dave East Freestyles On Funk Flex (Pt. 2)
Dave East
Like we said last night, Dave East’s freestyle session on Hot 97’s Funkmaster Flex show Tuesday night was a two-part take, with part 1 being the first & only thing to drop last night. Well fast forward a few hours and Hot 97 comes through with part deaux for us and it’s just as good.
Dave East Freestyles On Funkmaster Flex Show (Pt. 1)
Dave East Freestyles On Funkmaster Flex Show (Pt. 1)
Dave East
Dave East has been making his promo run this week in NYC, stopping by The Breakfast Club, Hot 97’s Real Late w/ Peter Rosenberg, and Funkmaster Flex show in the process. And during his visit with Funk Flex on Tuesday night, Dave was asked to spit some bars for the listeners on air, and that he did.
Dave East On Real Late With Peter Rosenberg
Dave East On Real Late With Peter Rosenberg
Dave East
Dave East has had a helluva 2015 so far, and he swung by Hot 97 to chop it up with Peter Rosenberg on Real Late and explain the success he's experienced in the last eight months -- signing with Nas and Mass Appeal to dropping a star-studded (and excellent mixtape) Hate Me Now. He also speaks on his time playing college ball and squeezes in a quick freestyle towards the end of the conversation.
Dave East On The Breakfast Club
Dave East On The Breakfast Club
Dave East
To promote his new album Hate Me Now, Harlem’s Dave East made his way by The Breakfast Club on Wednesday morning to sit down with DJ Envy, Charlamagne Tha God, and Angela Yee. Chopping it up for over 20 minutes, Dave talked about leaving basketball for rap, his new album Hate Me Now, meeting Nas, his unique sound, and more. He also spills the beans about why he signed to Nas’ Mass Appeal imprint as well. Check all that out and more in this informative interview above.
Dave East "Numb" Video
Dave East "Numb" Video
Dave East
Dave East may have delivered his strongest project to date, with the album-quality mixtape Hate Me Now. Obviously, having a feature from Nas will help raise anyone's mixtape up another level or two, but it goes beyond that.