One of New York’s most consistent and illest emcees, Dave East, finally announces the release date of his highly anticipated project, Hate Me Now. Continue reading Dave East Announces ‘Hate Me Now’ Release Date & Leaks New Track ‘Demons”
With his anticipated Hate Me Now mixtape coming sooner than later, Dave East hops on another Jadakiss classic, “Air it Out” and customarily spits notable sh*t on his rendition of the track. At last weekend’s intimate, mini HMN listening party, East let us hear several cuts off the project and they were all impressive as expected.
Let’s just hope the game is fully prepared when this drops. I suggest emcees focus on their pens, delivery, as well as production, which categorically stands out on the upcoming project. With several powerful features from very credible artists in the hip-hop and r&b genres, Hate Me Now will exhibit the growth and potential in the Harlem dweller’s career.
Click the headphones, light up, and listen.
Adrian Swish Presents: On the Set: Crips & Bloods. We head to the east coast to get the perspective of Harlem, New York rapper Dave East, version of survival in his neighborhood and their constant dealings with the overwhelming police activity in this new record called “Fucc The Police”, produced by Tha Jerm..
As if it isn’t blazing enough in New York, one of Harlem’s most consistent emcees drops more heat for the summer.
Take a look at this short video shot in Atlanta for one of New York’s hottest artists up next, Dave East. He went down there to work on his newest mixtape, which will be dropping soon with DJ Drama. The title of the mixtape will be Hate Me Now. He was down there for a week with Wayno of Triangle Offense Management and were working out of Mean Street Studios.
Signed to Nas, Dave East, a rapper from Harlem has been making underground airwaves over the past year from his last mixtape Black Rose. This is a highly anticipated mixtape many people have been waiting on. In the meantime, check out his “It’s On (Freestyle)” and “No Coachella For Me“
After months of wrapping up his latest project, Contradiction, Camden, NJ emcee, Apollo Ali (formerly Apollo The Great) drops a new heater featuring Mass Appeal’s own, Dave East. “Pray For Us” is a strong record, primarily addressing the system and the foul things that occur in every day street life. 2 dope rappers over good production, along with real sh*t to talk about? Yeah…. I can respect it..
Check it out below, and let us know your thoughts.
Apollo Ali featuring Dave East “Pray For Us” (Prod. TheCratez)
Prod by: Automatik Beatz
Directed by: Brandon Cooklin
Coachella was indeed jumpin, but when the money calls, do you answer, or send to voicemail? (lol) Continue reading Peep the Visuals for Dave East’s Street Heater “No Coachella for Me”
The Source caught up with Dave East to talk about everything from his new project dropping at the top of the summer to who everybody should be listening to out of NYC Continue reading It’s A Harlem Thing: Meet New York’s Best-Kept Secret Dave East
Harlem hustler, Dave East, connects with one of New York’s dopest up – and – coming producers, V Don, for a summertime banger titled “By Any Means.” Channeling the spirit of Malcolm X, Dave describes the mentality, attitude and action it took for him to make it this far. Take a listen to the jam below, and be on the look out for more from these two talented individuals.
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