Dave East keeps the game on lock with his ill remixes
It is near impossible for an artist to remix a traditional and make a whole new generation forget the original, but Harlem-native Dave East handles the obstacle to floss over two new blends. To state that Dave East is among the hardest worker newbies to the rap game is an understatement. With his seriously acclaimed launching making waves on radio and blog sites, the New York city emcee continues to press out more heat with his introduction to his “Eastmix” series. The “Lyrical” rapper shows that he can hold his own by tackling some traditional tracks “Ain’t No Ni ** a” and Dame Grease‘s “Great Morning America”. Dropping a smooth mix track for the sheets and another anthem for the streets.Hailing from the streets of Harlem, the young host provides some difficult bars over the familiar beats. East has constantly had a certain cool blowing on a track, however he admires Jay-Z by mimicking his flow on 96’s Sensible Doubt hit “Ain’t No Ni ** a “as he spits about his video game between. Much like Hov and Foxy Brown on the initial, East is accompanied by Ms. Hustle to add that female contrast. Both still provide their particular characters and flow , but considering that it’s simply a remix of a timeless, it would be a lie to say that the two offer something greater than the initial. East moves forward a years in music to the Dipset-era and includes his own take on”Great Early Morning America”from the 2000s Live on Lenox. The original is probably a street anthem and
provided fans difficult bars from NYC legend Web cam’ Ron and Harlem’s own H.O.T. Ones. The short remix finds East taking on the unknownbeat solo and flossing about his current success, while still firing some caution shots at haters.Both remixes came fresh on the heels of Easts’buzzworthy collab”Do not AttemptMe “ft. Lil Uzi Vert. The single, which is slated to be included on an upcoming mixtape, is a transmittable tune that finds both artists complementing each other well.
East flossing over a compelling Luca Vialli-produced beat, and Uzi delivering an auto-tuned assisted hook. The basic track is easily one that will be in heavy rotation in the clubs and radio.
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