Dave East Blesses Future’s “Mask Off” With Harlem Flavor
Harlem’s own Dave East has been killing the competition when it comes to guest verses and freestyles during the first four months of 2017. After murdering Drake’s ultra-climactic intro from More Life on “Free Smoke (Remix),” the Uptown rapper goes after Future’s latest hit “Mask Off” and bodies the beat once again.
The kid delivers his signature New York flavor as he gives a slick and smooth performance over the track’s dark and melodic production. While doing the beat justice, he spits some impressive rhymes: “If I punch em’ they gon’ sue me, they ain’t even worth the threat/Ambidextrous, drive with my right, I can work the left/I ain’t learn s**t in college, in these streets I learned finesse.”
Dave’s critically acclaimed project Kairi Chanel has helped carry his name to new heights. Last month, he dropped the visuals to his Beanie Sigel collaboration from the album, “The Real Is Back”. He also released a new track with A$AP Ferg, “Paper Chasin’”.
His debut album Paranoia is coming soon.