Dave East Releases “Said What I Said” visual With Doe Boy
Dave East’s third installment of popular series Karma, was released last month, which incorporated 15 tracks and collaborations with artists such as Popcaan, Trey Songz, Trouble, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Young Dolph, Benny The Butcher, Mary J. Blige, and more. Now, the star released a new visual from the project “Said What I Said,” featuring assistance from Doe Boy, and both of them can be seen being gangsta in this cut produced by V Don and Motif Alumni:
“I’ll never hide from a threat, I’m smiling at cameras, an opp died, got us dancing, top down when we landing, forgot my name, call me handsome/
No more Xans, I was scrambling, pocket full of bunch of dead men, you ain’t f***in’, give me head then, I see demons, I hop out the bed, could’ve leased it, I copped it instead…/”
In this video, both the collaborators can be seen on a rooftop as they sang their songs and kept everything quite simple. The backdrop included some cool graffiti and a city skyline.
Before Karma 3, Dave East released his official debut LP Survival, featuring 20 cuts and assists from artists such as Nas, DJ Premier, Teyana Taylor, Lil Baby, Mozzy, Gunna, and Jacquees.
“Whatever you put out into the universe, I feel like that s*** gonna come back. We all do our dirt, but I try to consciously put good out hoping that s*** comes back to me ‘cause I got friends that ain’t here no more or they’re doing 100 years. They put bad into the universe. I watched ‘em do it, I might’ve did it with ‘em, but that’s all they did and the karma of that, it never comes back good.”