Madeintyo's "Uber Everywhere" is a stand out record early in the year for being, well, everywhere. Travis Scott remixed the track in mid-February, with Tory Lanez offering his take on it shortly after. Now, Harlem's Dave East comes through with his Eastmix version, jumping over top K Swisha's production to give the track a wholly new vibe.

On the song, East stacks his lyrical references, reminding as well that he's signed to Nas' Mass Appeal label, and so has one of the city's biggest legends in his corener. "Paranoid, I’m hearing voices, Makaveli on repeat / Creep like TLC, I had BET on the block with me / Obviously, hardest out of NYC, I gotta be / Signed to Esco, lined with petro, JC tryna rock with me," he raps.

East has been stringing together quite the run of remixes lately, dropping his spin on Fat Joe and Remy Ma's "All the Way Up" in April, while reaching into the vault to remix Erykah Badu's "On and On" a few weeks prior. And before then, he had remixed "Summer Sixteen," "Panda" and "Tell Your Friends." While it looked like he might have been slowing down with the remixes, Dave East's "Uber Everywhere" puts him back in the driver's seat.

In December 2014, East spoke to XXL about signing to Mass Appeal, saying, "I’ve kind of known his brother Jungle just from me being in Queensbridge running around and because I have a lot of family out there. When I wasn’t in Harlem I would be in Queensbridge, so I met Jungle like that, just being in the Bridge. But he told me, 'Yo, my brother feeling you,” and dudes around him were letting me know that as well, but I still couldn’t believe it.'"

Listen to his "Uber Everywhere (Eastmix)" up above.

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