Meyhem Lauren and Griselda’s very own Daringer will drop a collaborative album on August 26 titled Black Vladimir. It’s only right that the duo recruit Conway the Machine for the first single from the project “Red Pesto.” The production is filthy and the rhymes are just as nasty.
After dropping the exceptional The Course of the Inevitable, Lloyd Banks is already hard at work with the follow-up. As he prepares us for what’s next, Banks gets with Conway the Machine for the dark “Menace” produced by CartuneBeatz.
From Conway The Machine’s long-awaited God Don’t Make Mistakes album comes the very, very personal video for “Stressed.” Regardless of how great you think Conway’s life is, he reminds you that he’s just like everyone else and dealing with his own personal issues.
The Griselda Gang is back at it. Conway the Machine is flanked by Benny the Butcher and Westside Gunn in the video for “John Woo Flick.” The song is from the long-awaited major label debut from Conway God Don’t Make Mistakes, which is set to drop on January 25. And it’s about damn time.
The output of the Griselda family is absurd. Especially when you consider that it’s all quality. Conway The Machine and Alchemist connect for “Piano Love” as the Buffalo emcee flexes over the twinkling keys. What’s this from, you ask? Conway’s long-awaited Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes. It’s coming.
It only took 25 years but AZ’s Doe or Die 2 is finally here. Was it worth the wait? You should probably listen for yourself but one of the standout tracks is “The Ritual” which finds AZ alongside Conway the Machine and Lil Wayne over production from Alchemist. Certified banger.
A tribute to the fallen soldiers of Hip Hop courtesy of Young Noble and Conway the Machine that features DJ Premier on the cuts. Rest in power to all!
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.
One of the standout tracks from Conway the Machine’s La Maquina gets the video treatment. The trio of Ludacris, JID and Conway get busy over Don Cannon production with “Scatter Brain” while the video finds Conway looking like an executive while his guests flex some lyrical muscle.
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.