Just yesterday, NYC's Black Dave dropped off an EP entitled Skate Life, and today, he's already back with another track. "ODEE" has him pairing up with zooted Florida resident J $tash (who we profiled for an "On The Come Up" article a while back) for a trappy ode to "big blunts filled up with sour d."
After building a buzz following the release of a series of mixtapes, including Black Bart and Stay Black and Stay Black 2, New York native Black Dave returns with his new project. Skate Life is the latest release from the rapper, pro skater and video director.
On February 3rd, NYC's Black Dave will be releasing an EP with Scion entitled Skate Life, paying homage to his passion for skateboarding. Having already released one track of the five that'll be included, "Respect The Intellect," Dave drops off "Be Quiet" today.
They love him in Brooklyn, they love him in Queens, Manhattan, and even Staten Island, and now New York City's own, Black Dave is putting out his tribute to the five boroughs that compose NY with his song, "5Boro," produced by Brady James.
Black Dave gives 2DBZ a new cut today about all the shit you won't hear from him, "None Of That From Me." Download it below and grab more from the New York native with his Black Bart mixtape.
Bump 9:40 (Remix), the latest cut from Black Dave which features Stalley on the assist. It dropped on Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013. Black Dave's horizons are broadening with each new release, and 9:40 (Remix) is no exception.
Things are looking better for Black Dave with each new release, which New NWO (Prod. By Shy Guy) has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Black Dave has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.