Dave shares video for new track ‘Starlight’
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Dave shares video for new track ‘Starlight’

Dave has shared a video for his brand new track ‘Starlight’.

The self-produced effort is the first release from the acclaimed rapper since his 2021 chart-topping sophomore album, We’re All Alone In This Together. ‘Starlight’ features a hummed rendition of Frank Sinatra’s ‘Fly Me To The Moon’ while Dave boasts about his life achievements.

He raps, “It’s hard to hate on the truth I’m livin’, Enough man hate with the lies instead, Countin’ cash with the phone to my ear, I feel like Meek on the private jet, Life or death, five-five, eyes, thighs, potential wifey, Industry, respected highly, in the street, protected.”

Not only does Dave produce the track, but he’s also co-directed it alongside Nathan Tettey. He’s seen rapping from his living room before the video cuts between a studio and a catwalk featuring a selection of models.

Dave has just concluded an arena tour throughout the United Kingdom, and during his date at the O2 in London, the rapper paid tribute to the late SB.TV founder, Jamal Edwards.

He told the crowd: “Jamal Edwards is the reason I’m standing in front of you guys here today. There’s so many different emotions that all of us feel – all of us that were so connected to him in so many different ways.

“We all have a different experience to him, but we all have so many things in common with the experience. And he’s one person in the world that just wanted to help, that just wanted to see every single person that he touched shine.”