There’s no shortage of bars in this edition of the DX Digest thanks to contributions from Dave East – one being a surprisingly sick collab with Tory Lanez (yes, this is after he bragged that he slept with your girl while the Toronto native’s music was playing). Irish wordsmith and new 300 artist Rejiie Snow also lets his voice be heard (more on that later) with a new record, while K Camp drops a new visual and Bricc Baby gets Mozzy on a track. Peep the rest below.

Tory Lanez x Dave East – “Out of Center”

Tory Lanez has angled his biggest records toward the ladies, anchoring many of his singles in melody. But he returns with the perfect combination of slick talk and lyrical prowess on “Out of Center,” a collaborative tune with Dave East. The Toronto-Harlem connection trade verses on a smooth Triple A-produced track that’s fit to be played at ignorant decibels. If this is any indication of Tory and Dave’s chemistry, we need an EP ASAP because this is the highlight of today.

Dave East – “Unforgettable (Remix)”

Dave East continues to build buzz for his upcoming Paranoia mixtape with freestyles and guest verses. The East Harlem native provides the former as he remixes French Montana and Swae Lee’s melodic ode to summer “Unforgettable.” East severs ties to melody that defines the origin track, as he waxes poetics that reeks of Harlem air and gun smoke. The former basketball star even makes a pass at veteran actress Halle Berry, in his best “Jennifer Lawrence, you can really get it,” impression.

Rejjie Snow f. Joey BADA$$ & Jesse Boykins III – “Purple Tuesday”

Dublin, Ireland’s own Rejjie Snow is a recent signee at 300, and he returns today with “Purple Tuesday,” featuring Joey Bada$$ and Jesse Boykins III, from his upcoming The Moon & You project. Honestly, the aforementioned titles couldn’t be more intertwined, as we receive a song that can be best described as eclectic. Produced by Cam O’bi, the tune features a smooth soundscape that’s eargasmic. Our only gripe is Rejjie’s vocals, which are a bit too burly for the mellow vibe. 

Bricc Baby f. Mozzy – “No Statements”

In the sensationalized world of rap, there’s a short list of rappers you never question or second guess. Atlanta’s Bricc Baby fits the bill in this instance. Here, he makes a proclamation against snitches, finks, and the like on a Mozzy-assisted track titled “No Statements.” Promises of violence here are flagrant, but conditional on if you’ll cooperate with the law. We’re sure Cam’ron is proud.

K Camp – “Drop”

Atlanta’s own K Camp is back with a visual for “Drop” from his RARE mixtape. A room covered with Louis Vuitton monograms is a proper setting for the big money talk the bedazzled-jacket-clad rapper spits here. This song, nor it’s video component, requires much thought. Just sit back and enjoy the show.

ItsTheReal – “Waco”

In an era of gif responses and Instagram-caption-worthy lines like “My spirit animal is Quavo,” your favorite blood brother comedy duo, ItsTheReal, returns with numerous quotables in the visual for “Waco.” Eric and Jeff Rosenthal are preparing their debut album, Teddy Bear Fresh, which drops May 26. Here, their brand of satire is starched and crisp, tailor made for anyone who loves to laugh.