Dave East is becoming a pro at keeping his fans on their feet.
Most recently, the Harlem rapper has linked up with Lil Uzi Vert, with the pair seemingly an unlikely collaboration, given their own respective and contrasting sounds.
However, on their new track, “Don’t Try Me,” the two complement each other, with Lil Uzi’s rhyme-singing approach pairing well with East’s more straightforward bars.
According to reports, the track is set to appear on East’s forthcoming mixtape, with more details yet to be confirmed or announced.
Check out Dave East mixing it up alongside Lil Uzi Vert above.
As fans await the release of a true debut album from Dave East, following last year's Kairi Chanel mixtape and this year's Paranoia: A True Story EP, the Harlem-bred rapper has shared a rework of fellow New Yorker JAY-Z's 1996 classic, "Ain't No Nigga." Featuring the original track's instantly recognizable bubbly, bouncy, and bass-driven beat, East name-checks his jeweler, Range Rover, Chanel bags, chinchilla coat, chains, and mansion life, and also borrows (but flips) JAY's flow: "I'm never checking for the next chick / No need / For me to ever get domestic / I be / Smoking trees up in the Westin / We breeze / 96 Street be the exit."