On December 21, Saigon will return to the game with K.L.O.U.T. To get the campaign started, Sai connects with Benny the Butcher over Buckwild production to deliver the single “No Witness.”
“The Butcher is coming”… to the NBA Draft. If you tuned in to the NBA Draft last week you may have noticed the intro featured music from Griselda’s very own Benny The Butcher. And now that song “Remember Me” is available for your consumption. Crazy how far those boys from Griselda have come.
Are you ready for Tana Talk 4? Well, it’s on its way and Benny The Butcher unleashes the first joint off the album with “Pyrex Picasso” and has both Conway the Machine and Rick Hyde riding with him on this.
It wasn’t originally on The Plugs I Met 2 but Harry Fraud and Benny the Butcher have decided to release the song “Sink” to the fans that have demanded it. Yeah, the fans were right.
DMX’s presence will always be larger than life, even in his passing. Just seeing him in his mode for the “Hood Blues” video from his Exodus album is a reminder that he’ll always be known as one of the best to ever do it.
The late Earl Simmons has a posthumous album releasing on May 28th titled Exodus. It makes perfect sense for a DMX song featuring the Griselda collective of Conway the Machine, Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher be the first single. Here’s “Hood Blues.”
Fresh off of The Plugs I Met 2, Benny The Butcher and Harry Fraud release a video for “Survivor’s Remorse” featuring Rick Hyde. Directed by The Digggers, the video is from one of the standout tracks from the project.
If you’re looking for bars, you’re going to get them as Benny the Butcher and Ransom link up for “Spineless.” This hard as nails joint comes from the soon-to-be-released Trust the Sopranos collaborative album between Benny’s Black Soprano Family and 38 Spesh’s Trust Gang.
On March 19 the world will get the second dose of The Plugs I Met as Benny the Butcher has Harry Fraud behind the boards for the entire project. The duo dropped the video for “Thanksgiving” for your consumption.
Although we’re not sure if Benny would trade it all to have the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl, we still get a video from his Burden of Proof album that finds him kicking bars from the 50-yard line of the home Josh Allen put up MVP numbers this season.