With COVID keeping everyone essentially indoors, NPR takes the Tiny Desk Concert series into artists’ homes. Fresh off of From King To A God, Conway The Machine we get a brief concert from the Buffalo emcee with a medley of songs from this most recent project and digs into his bag of previous outings.
In the event that you somehow missed it, Conway the Machine got a DJ Premier production on his album with “Nothin Less.” After you listen to this, go back and turn up From King To A God.
With Conway The Machine’s From King To A God fast approaching it’s September 11 release, the Griselda emcee drops the video for “Lemon” featuring a stellar verse from Method Man.
After blessing us with the audio, MC Eiht grabs Conway the Machine and DJ Premier for the video to “Honcho.” Straight off of Eiht’s Lessons album dropping soon.
As we inch closer to the September 11th release of Conway the Machine’s From King to a God, the Buffalo emcee releases a new joint produced by none other than Hit-Boy. “Fear of God” features Dej Loaf and the production allows both to float on the track.
The legendary MC Eiht connects Compton with Buffalo as he rocks with Conway The Machine on “Honchos.” From Eiht’s forthcoming album Lessons, the new and old school get filthy over a Ferhan C. production with some scratches added by DJ Premier.
On September 11, Conway the Machine will release his new project From King to a God. To bless the occasion, The Machine trades bars with Method Man on the lead single “Lemon.” Over some dusty ass production, Mr. Meth and Conway get greasy to leave fans waiting for this project and the eventual release of his Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes.
Oakland producer and emcee Remo Conscious recruits Conway the Machine and Planet Asia for “Souls In A Cypher” from his album coming of the same name.
Guess what? More Griselda! Westside Gunn peels off another set of visuals from his Pray For Paris album with the video for “Allah Sent Me” that features squadmates Conway and Benny.
In the midst of a community still reeling from the murder of George Floyd, Conway The Machine provides a rallying cry for those who are struggling with what is going on in the country. “Front Lines” finds Conway going in over Beat Butcha production to touch on the protests surrounding yet another incident where an unarmed black man has been killed by police.