The fast-rising star recorded his first song "Haterade" at his home with just a microphone and software called Acid Pro. Initially, he went on to work with producer Markus Myrie, son of reggae icon Buju Banton and recorded tracks such as "Grades", "Work and Party" feat. Flexxx, "Quick N Easy", "Dem Strange", "Di Highest" to name a few.
D'East has also worked with producers Dre Day and Kris Beatz and has released "Di Firey 1" mixtape which subsequently became a fan favorite. The name D'East in reflection means, the sun that rises in the east and figuratively, the son whose aim is to rise in splendor to new heights.
Music is not only about making rhymes it creates harmony and means of educating and instill positivity on young, impressionable minds. With a natural drive to make music coupled with determination, D' East is well on his way to staking his claim in the Jamaican music industry.
His strong vocals and vivacious personality have warmed the hearts of fans all over. As he continues to grow D' East has found his niche and is certainly one of the promising reggae/dancehall artistes to look out for. Follow @deastmusic on Instagram and get acquainted.