Despite having already released a project this year, Dave East isn't stopping his new material game. The East Harlem MC drops two new tracks for fans called "Dame Grease Flow" and "Ain't No Nigga (Remix)," which features him tapping into two different styles.

"Dame Grease Flow" is over an obscure record from Harlem group Hot Ones called "Good Morning America." Dame Grease produced the track, which features a cold Cam'ron verse, and put it on his 2000 album Live on Lenox Ave. East taps into his hardcore spitting abilities over a Dame Grease record, delivering some metaphorical bars that let him flex on his haters, as well as providing some snippets of wisdom.

"Condo in Park Slope/Niggas be listening, I talk low/Niggas Bodie, I feel like Marlo," he rhymes. "Fur dragging, you too old to be purse snatching/Running plays in the field since the first Madden."

Next up, the "Perfect" rapper tackles a remix to Jay-Z's famous "Ain't No Nigga" record off of his Reasonable Doubt album from 1996. East spits some sensual lyrics over the upbeat Jaz-O instrumental, where he flexes about his skills in the bedroom.

"They say sex is a weapon/I'm OJ Simpson, after I kill it, I'ma beat it, no question," East spits. "From the projects to the mansion life/Louie leather from the vanson life/I'm in the pants tonight."

Earlier this week, Dave released a new track with Lil Uzi Vert called "Don't Try Me," which comes following him teasing his upcoming Paranoia 2 project. The New York native previously dropped his Paranoia EP back in September, which received critical acclaim from fans and the hip-hop community.

Take a listen to both "Dame Grease Flow" and "Ain't No Nigga" from Dave East below to hear what he's been cooking up.

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