New York’s Lower East Side native, David Lee keeps bringing the heat for his fans with his smooth and melodic strain of street rap. The Republic Records and PnB Rock signee expands his project Way Of Volume 1. Adding an additional two bonus tracks to his project, David Lee seems to have more music in the vault that he’s prepared for the world to hear.
Just like his previous release, “Right There,” David continues to provide a thrilling balance of rhythm and melody over Afropop-inflected percussion and subtle vox synths. “Right There” is a romantic and sensual new track, with David Lee and PnB Rock declaring their eager willingness to receive a late-night call from the object of their affections. In the video, The two can be seen parting on rooftops throughout the night and spending time with gorgeous models during the day. Check it out below!
David Lee is a new type of New York rapper, he continues to build a massive following in his city, with a supernatural sense of hooks and relatable persona.
Earlier in 2018, David Lee captured the ear of Republic Records, the label behind The Weeknd and Post Malone, with his stellar single “Mattress,” and its charming pajama-clad video. David Lee also struck gold with “Two,” his new collaborative single with OhGeesy of L.A.’s ShorelineMafia, which has over 1 million YouTube views in less than three weeks.
This fresh face’s new project titled Way Of Volume 1 and it’s definitely holding some heat. Coming in with 8 tracks, and dope features from Desiigner ( track 5- “Girlfriend”) and Jay Gwuapo ( track 2- “Cry Me A River”), David highlights his sense of fashion, love life and even samples a few classics while doing it. After releasing 6 tracks, David released two bonus tracks to his project, one of them having a PnB Rock feature.
A standout track on the project is “Cry Me A River” where he samples the beat from Justin Timberlake and Timberland’s 2002 hit single, “Cry Me A River.” Stream his EP below now:
Stay tuned for much more from the 19-year-old artist as he continues to build his following on both coasts and everywhere in between.