Conway and Big Ghost have been known to make magic together and the duo does just that by dropping If it Bleeds It Can Be Killed. Ten tracks of pure ferociousness are at your disposal here but go ahead and hit play on “Kill All Rats” that finds Conway alongside Ransom and Rome Streetz for some verbal brutality.
Even though the beginning of the year usually ends up being slow in the music biz, you can always count on Griselda to keep things busy. After dropping the Conflicted soundtrack, Conway connects with collaborator Big Ghost LTD for “Toast.”
Buffalo continues to represent as B.A. Badd is joined by Griselda’s finest in Conway the Machine for “Everybody Eats.” The animated video that is reminiscent of something you’d see in the 70s takes a look at the current state of New York as 2020 comes to an end.
Conway the Machine has had one hell of a 2020. And to close it out in style he dished off a deluxe version of From King To A GOD. In what might not be his last video of the year, Conway goes in over Khrysis production on “Jesus Khrysis” from the album.
STATIK SELEKTAH FEAT. 2 CHAINZ, CONWAY THE MACHINE, KILLER MIKE, ALLAN KINGDOM & HAILE SUPREME – PLAY AROUND
Statik Selektah is preparing to drop another heat rock of an album on our heads when he delivers The Balancing Act on November 27. The producer brings together the unique combination of Conway the Machine, 2 Chainz and Killer Mike to rock with Haile Supreme and Allan Kingdom on “Play Around.”
Conway and El Camino salute the late DJ Shay on what would have been his 49th birthday with the video for “Forever Droppin Tears.” Check out the 8+ minute video reflecting on Shay’s time as part of Griselda.
Well, who saw this one coming? J.I.D. forms the unlikely tag team with Conway the Machine and goes in over a soul sample from the production tandem of Christo and Big Jerm on “Ballads.”
Are you still bumping Alfredo? You should be. And if you stopped, Alchemist and Freddie Gibbs send a visual reminder of the dopeness of that album with a video for “Babies & Fools” alongside Conway the Machine.
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.