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Fettuccine P (son of Nikki D) ‘Ape Shyt’ ft. Dave East, Hosted by DJ Boof [New Mixtape]

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Aggressive bars take hold on Fettuccine P‘s new project Ape Shyt hosted by DJ Boof, as the New York native brings his intense delivery to the masses. The son of Def Jam‘s first official femcee Nikki D, Fettuccine is making a name for himself in NYC’s competitive rap scene with songs like “Lights” featuring Dave East, and “Numbers”, complete with a Dead Presidents-inspired visual.

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Take a listen below…

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Dave East & G Herbo 2016 XXL Freshman Cypher [Video]

XXL released their final 2016 XXL Freshman cypher. The last installment in the series features Harlem’s own Dave East alongside Chicago’s G Herbo. With DJ Drama on the 1’s and 2’s, East and Herbo spit a few raw bars over production by Sikwitit.

It was only fitting that XXL close out the series these two lyrical artists. These two emcees also recently linked up on “Do It For.” An ominous track produced by Black Metaphor, the two exchange bars over the street life, a life that’s all too familiar.  Watch Dave East and G Herbo’s cypher and listen to “Do It For” below as well.

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Dave East Takes Us On The Road In “Deposits” [Video]

Dave East‘s latest EASTMIX “Deposits” get’s the visual treatment. East jumped on Kodak Black‘s “Skrilla” for his newest offering, where he talks about the growing number of commas in his bank account as he makes deposit after deposit while making his ascent to the top.

Shot by Fred Focus, East opted to give us a look into his life on the road. The “Summertime Sadness” emcee recently wrapped up the second leg of his Hate Me Now where he made stops in Cleveland, Columbus, Chicago, and Denver.

Watch Dave East’s “Deposits” below for a glimpse in the burgeoning emcee’s life.

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Dave East Takes Us To The Streets Of Tokyo For “It’s Time” [New Video]

Dave East drops the visual for “Its Time” off of his Hate Me Now project. The video takes us through the streets of Tokyo where East spent some time earlier this year. Keeping things simple, the Harlem rapper uses the Japanese city as his backdrop while he spits about his biggest motivator, money and doing whatever it takes to get it.

East recently kicked off the second leg of his Hate Me Now tour. You can check out the tour dates below and watch East explore Tokyo above.

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SFPL Music: Dave East Reflects On Coming Up From The Trenches On “Dead Man Walking”

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Dave East continues supplying the streets with music worth bumping this summer. Yesterday the Harlem spitter dropped “Dead Man Walking” produced by Rico Suave.

An instant head nodder, we find East focused with an insatiable hunger as he masterfully paints the picture of his journey from the trenches with a controlled and effortless cadence. The Bajan and Dominican emcee is no stranger to struggle speaking on his, and younger brother Errol’s time behind bars; but it’s clear these days life’s a lot brighter just like his diamonds. The mass appeal signee also touches on his love for high-grade weed, designer clothes, and his soon to be three-month-old daughter.

East has no plans of slowing down anytime soon dropping a steady stream of tracks over the past few weeks, most recently jumping on cuts “Uber Everywhere” and “All The Way Up.” Listen to the latest from Dave East below and you can catch him June 5th performing at Hot 97‘s Summer Jam on the festival stage.

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Dave East Jumps On Madeintyo’s “Uber Everywhere” For Latest EASTMIX [New Music]

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Dave East is back with another EASTMIX. This time the Harlem spitter jumps on Madeintyo‘s “Uber Everywhere.” East delivers bars about his come up and what his life’s looking like these days spitting lines like

“I just left a million dollar meeting and I come from the jects,”

as well as…

“I had BET on the block with me/Obviously/hardest out of NYC I gotta peak/Signed to Esco lined with petro Jay Z tryna rock with me”

East’s star can only keep rising with Nas already in his corner and Hov checking for him too, he’s amongst great company. The Dominican and Bajan emcee just wrapped up the first half of his Hate Me Now tour which made stops in Philadelphia, DC, Charlotte, Atlanta, New Orleans, Houston, Dallas, L.A., San Francisco, and Seattle.

You can listen to Dave East talk his sh*t below.

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Anthony Flammia Recruits Dave East For Sensual “Velvet Sky”

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Singer and songwriter Anthony Flammia drops his newest single “Velvet Sky” featuring rapper Dave East. The moody track finds Flammia and East discussing their appreciation for the female form especially one special piece of anatomy in particular. Flammia’s style is reminiscent of old school R&B with a modern twist. Listen to “Velvet Sky” below.

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Mac Miller and Dave East Join Forces On “Headaches + Migraines”

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4/20 paved the way for tons of new music. Mac Miller got in on the fun with a collaboration with Harlem’s Dave East. The track titled “Headaches + Migraines,” is a part of Treejay and DJ Clockwork‘s mixtape Smoke Till I’m Dead which dropped yesterday.

“Headaches + Migraines” was produced by Cardo and while it’s definitely a song for smokers we find Miller spitting a cautionary tale of partying and drug abuse. Miller raps,

“Flow is so disgusting/Throwing up a whole bunch of blood on an empty stomach/I got headaches and migraines/Every single morning like my brain flipping sideways/Try to move my body but my skeleton vibrates/Whose car is that and how did it get in my driveway?”

So in the spirit of the track we dedicate this to everyone who outdid themselves yesterday celebrating 4/20. Listen to “Headaches + Migraines” by Mac Miller featuring Dave East below.

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DJ Paul and Dave East Easily Spot The Frauds In “Let ‘M Tell It”

DJ Paul bring us the video for his Dave East assisted track “Let ‘M Tell It.” The FredFocus directed visual was shot at an abandoned insane asylum, which perfectly complements the songs ominous production and raw bars.

“Let ‘M Tell It” is the first single off Paul’s upcoming Year of the Six project due out June 6. East is currently on his North American Hate Me Now tour promoting his last project by the same name.

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SFPL Music: Harlem’s Dave East Is Back With “Money”

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Dave East reminds us what motivates him in his latest offering, “Money.” Produced by Buda & Grandz the song has that classic New York vibe, fully embodying that venerable Harlem swag. East of course delivers the raw bars he’s become known for.

You can listen to the Harlem rapper’s brand new track below. East is set to hit the Hot 97 Summer Jam 2016 Festival stage alongside Chance The Rapper, Tory Lanez, Curren$y, Post Malone, Desiigner, Justine Skye, Dougie F, and Rotimi on June 5 at Metlife Stadium. Tickets are on sale now.