Last month, Dave East and Harry Fraud liberated their anticipated project HOFFA. The new joint project was set to spawn a series of accompanying cinematic visuals like “The Disappearance” and “Diamonds.” A change of pace arrives today (Sept 9) with their official visual for “Yeah I Know.” Shot in the Queensbridge Houses in New York City, the visual displays East and Kiing simply in their element as the Harlem native spits his first verse:
It’s hard to recognize her, kept her face down (Face down)/ Don’t have nothin’ on your body, this a shakedown (This a shakedown), back and forth, goin’ out of town on the Greyhound/ Tried to give her the world, she’s sayin’ she needs space now (She needs space now)/ I started out just tryin’ to get some product
You could cut it, you could chop it, nobody know where I got it (Know where I got it)/ My plug from out the city, nobody know nothing ‘bout him/
Equipped with a total of 14 records, Dave East hand-picked some of the industry’s most thorough artists as features including G Herbo, Jim Jones, Benny The Butcher, Curren$y, French Montana and more. In mid-June of this year, Dave East joined forces with Westside Gunn for a special art show to unveil the artwork for the album. The original painting was curated by Westside Gunn and his Buffalo Kids collective and unveiled during a live in-store at the Walden Galleria in Buffalo, NY.
Back in May, East teamed up with Millyz for the EP Pablo & Blanco, a six-song body of work with additional appearances from Shy Gawdly and Statik Selektah. Last month, the duo dropped off a new video from said release for “Trafficking Bizzness.”
Be sure to press play on Dave East and Harry Fraud’s brand new music video for “Yeah I Know” featuring Kiing Shooter down below.