Dave East And BIA Turn ‘Harlem’ Into Their Own Personal Drug Saga

07.13.16 1 year ago 2 Comments

Ever took a trip through the Uptown Harlem streetlights? While it might seem quiet on 125th, look a bit closer and you’ll see the “Harlem” story from BIA and Dave East playing out all around you.

Spare me the hate me but I’d rather listen to paint drying than hear most women rappers. When they’re jocking Juelz most basic flow to start their verse, the deck is stacked against them. That being said, BIA might have a new fan. Holding her own with the current Beast of the East, this storytelling joint plays out like an old Nas joint from his prime.

Talking narcotics, road trips and deception, the two spitters bring us front and center for those clandestine transactions. Try to keep up with Dave as he takes you up and down the East Coast getting gwop and fighting off prospective baby mommas with one of his dopest flows yet.

“Now I’m major – only catch me in the latest
She been begging me to taste it – on a diet, I ain’t lyin
Only moolah in my repertoire, models in a Lexus car
Begging me to shoot up the club – won’t let my weapon off
Remind me of Amil in them Roc-A-Fella days
If they don’t sign me for a mill – then I’m back to selling haze “

Note to aspiring artists of all genders — if the bars stack up against a giant like this, everybody is paying attention.

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