When you have this much momentum, why would you ever slow down? Conway, Benny and Rickhyde represent for Griselda as they hand the LA Leakers yet another
Still rolling on the strength of “Tana Talk 3,” Benny the Butcher drops another set of visuals from the project with “Took the Money to the Plug’s House.”
“The video depicts my transition from being incarcerated and separated every day to what is important to me, to now being very visible and on a very large platform where fans rap along with my songs word for word—and I feel that energy during my shows” Benny commented to Complex. “This has truly been a journey and I now truly feel like I ‘Took The Money To The Plugs House.”
Benny The Butcher squeezes another clip from “The Plugs I Met” EP with a video for the Alchemist-produced “5 To 50.”
“Just like the track, the” 5 to 50” video is inspired by real-life events. It’s my side of the story, along with India’s side of the story; and it depicts how those stories collide” Benny recalled. “I bring you to Montana Ave; the block where I am from and illustrate my lifestyle and how some of those lifestyle choices affected India. This was our life and it captures both perspectives.”
Oh, and Benny also signed a deal with Jay-Z’s Roc Nation.
Ain’t no games being played by Griselda.
Benny The Butcher keeps things rolling from Tana Talk 3 and drops a video for “Scarface Vs. Sosa Pt. 2.” Benny rocks over the Daringer produced cut and reminds you that everything is like drug dealing.
Benny the Butcher has been tearing apart everything in sight. It’s only appropriate that the upstate NY rapper keeps things rolling alongside M.O.P. on the Planit Hank produced “What Happened to the Streets.”
Upstate New York’s El Camino links with Benny The Butcher for the Dirty Diggs-produced banger “Venice Beach.” This is from Camino’s Don’t Eat The Fruit, which drops on March 15.
38 Spesh assembles a collection of shooters for “Trust Gang” as Upstate NY represents.
The Tana Talk emcee keeps rolling as Benny The Butcher drops the “Rubber Bands & Weight” video produced by none other than The Alchemist.
“This record was inspired by how my neighborhood was like ‘The Carter’ from New Jack City,” Benny told Complex. “The streets love this record and my building goes crazy every time I perform it! This record helped make Tana Talk 3 a classic; and nobody spitting like this but me!
From upstate to Queens, Benny The Butcher and Grafh link up for “Blow,” produced by DJ Shay.
That Tana Talk 3 album is still getting major play and Benny isn’t about to let you forget it exists. The Buffalo rapper drops the video for “Babs” featuring Keisha Plum as Benny hangs out on Montana Ave and represents Griselda Gang to the fullest.