Dave - Six Paths mp3 downloadPerformer: Dave
Title: Six Paths
Style: Grime,British Rap
Released: September 30, 2016
Size MP3 version: 1249 mb
Size FLAC version: 1859 mb
Size WMA version: 1568 mb
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Dave - Six Paths mp3 download
Dave (anDave1) speaks about making his Six Paths EP, Learning how to play the piano and his next steps after finishing college with Shaquille
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Dave’s first project, a six track EP entitled Six Paths was released on the 30th September 2016 it debuted at in UK Albums chart. The artwork for the EP has multiple meanings. Firstly, it showcases the six different paths Dave could have ventured down, being incarcerated, being a lawyer, being dead, being a drug dealer, being in education or being a rapper. Additionally the cover also is a play on the popular Japanese manga Naruto Each of the conflicting paths has a unusual eye, which was a feature of a character in the anime called Pain who was composed of these Six Paths
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David Orobosa Omoregie (born 5 June 1998), known mononymously as Dave, is a British rapper, singer, songwriter, pianist and record producer. Dave released his debut EP Six Paths in 2016, to critical and commercial success, after the release of a number of successful singles. He went on to release the Game Over EP in 2017, with its lead single "No Words" peaking at 17 on the UK Singles Chart.
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Album · 2016 · 6 Songs. Six personal vignettes ensure the teenage rapper’s dizzying ascent continues. Athletic, evocative radio freestyles announced the South Londoner as a vastly promising MC and his first EP lifts him a few more rungs towards greatness. Nas comparisons are unavoidable when he paints such enthrallingly vivid portraits of his environment as Picture Me and Panic Attack. He’s a talented pianist too, and his music–co-produced with Kano collaborator Fraser T Smith–is as absorbingly soulful as his thought-provoking flow.