DJ Kay Slay made sure that his upcoming album The Big Brother is his biggest album yet. The DJ's last studio album was roughly seven years a go and featured some heavy hitters in the game. Over the summer, he began the roll out for his
Back in 2015, New York based rapper Emilio Rojas teamed up with Slaughterhouse's Joell Ortiz for "Nada," produced by Bizness Boi & Derelle Rideout. Two years later, the rapper returns for a remix of the track, with one of New York's most murderous emcees -Dave East. East,
Dave East is one of the hardest emcee's right now. His descriptive lyrics and gritty flow bring vivid images of the streets to life when he raps. While it was only three weeks a go that he dropped his major label debut Paranoia: A True Story,
ASAP Ferg comes through with a massive remix, scoring features from a beastly conglomerate including Busta Rhymes, A$AP Rocky, Dave East, French Montana, Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg. You know there was bound to be some unspoken, friendly competition on this one, so it's nice to see that each artist holds it down
Dave East has been flooding the internet with new music recently, lending features to Paloma Ford, Fred Da Godson, & JR to name a few, but now it’s time to focus on his forthcoming album Paranoia. On Thursday afternoon, the Harlem spitter took to social media to
Roc Nation OG and bearded wonder Freeway teams with New York's Dave East on the new banger "Hold The Fort Down." The DJ Skizz produced cut is prime material for fans of that gully street sound, a fact attested by Freeway himself. In an interview with
As long as there are hot instrumentals at his disposal, Dave East won't be taking a break anytime soon. After taking on The Weeknd's "Party Monster" last month, the Harlem rapper has shared a new "EastMix" over "Free Smoke," the opening track from Drake's More Life.
A couple weeks ago, Trey Songz announced that he was working on his next studio album called Tremaine, which he said would be dropping in early 2017 via Atlantic Records. But in the meantime, Trigga decided to hold fans over by dropping off the third
Harlem's Dave East has been a race car of heat in the last year, securing a place on the XXL Freshman list and signing a lucrative deal with Def Jam Records. Heat recognize heat, and Dave East shines the spotlight on Brooklyn rapper Corey Finesse, releasing an
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.
As usual, East give us his verse right off the bat. He raps