Quincey White Enlists Dave East, Styles P, and D Smoke on 'No Fairytales' (LP)

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Formerly known as "DUBB," LA's most consistent emcee, Quincey White, wants to cut straight to the chase on his newest LP, No Fairytales. At the same time, the famous southern California-bred emcee has garnered some strong buzz with his latest "10, 9, 8, 7" visual featuring D Smoke. The creative project cover symbolizes the monumental moment for the gifted musician. 

The two lyrical titans proved that while many rappers lean on auto-tune to make tracks, natural bars are here to stay. White also tested his chops in a dynamic collaboration with Dave East. Their track "No Fairytales" has seen countless support on various DSPs. 

No Fairytales serves as an early Christmas gift for fans of top-tier lyricism. While the project is under 30 minutes, it is jam-packed with excellent songs that will stand the test of time. Quincey started his project with a dope cut with the legendary Styles P and followed it up with a trio of solo tracks. The project rounds out with Dave East and D Smoke on two of the three final songs. 

Quincey White is a veteran on the West Coast. He has shared the musical spotlight with talented acts like Kendrick LamarNipsey HussleThe Game, and many more. He has been cemented into the industry since he collaborated on The Game's Blackwall Street Journal and Nipsey Hussle's classic Crenshaw mixtape. Drawing inspiration from acts like Nas and 2 Pac, it's clear that Quincey White will be around for a while. 

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