Uncle Murda Grabs Dave East For "Tonite"

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HNHH PREMIERE: Uncle Murda & Dave East connect on "Tonite."

Uncle Murda's is gearing up to drop off his upcoming project Don't Come Outside Vol. 1 and with that, he delivers his brand new single off it, "Tonite" featuring Harlem's own Dave East.

The NY OG Uncle Murda links up with Harlem star, Dave East, for the hard hitting "Tonite." It's a heavy track that aligns with Uncle Murda's sound and continues to bring unapologetic street music that's lacking in the realm of hip hop. For those looking for bars, this is the song you want on repeat.

In an exclusive quote to HNHH, Murda told us how the song came about.

"‘Tonite’ is motivational music.  If you got beef, meaning if you got an issue and you listen to this track somebody might get shot that night.  This ain't no squashing the beef music; this is aggressive music! Dave East is my guy--- I  told him I needed him on this, I sent him the record and he sent it right back!"

It's definitely something you need to have on repeat.

Quotable Lyrics
Money on your head
The type of shit that we consider fun
Never breathe the same
They hit his lung, go get a gun

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