Lucky Seven employs the services of Conway to rock over his production on “Temple.”
Your Old Droog enters the new year with Conway stomping through on “Cement 4s.” The two give the grimy production a workout as Sadhugold’s beat is of the headnod variety.
Just before Christmas, Conway drops off the G.O.A.T project. As expected, it’s full of rawness and just as hard as you would expect. With production from Daringer and Alchemist and guests including Royce 5’9″, Benny, Styles P, Raekwon, Lloyd Banks and the late Prodigy, hit play and prepare yourself for the filthiest project of the holiday season.
Statik Selektah provides the beat and Conway, Westside Gunn and Termanology lay down the verbally viciousness necessary for the title track of Statik’s No. 8 album.
Producer Vanderslice unearths a verse from Prodigy and adds Conway and Big Twins for “Hardbody Karate.”
Conway and Jonathan Hay team up for “Pawn Shop” from the comedic album The Hoodlum Ball that drops later this year. Hay produced the entire album and this cut with Conway is all about navigating through the everyday struggle.
After murdering the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher, Conway comes to give us some “More Steroids” alongside DJ Green Lantern. Alchemist, Daringer, and Statik Selektah provide production while Conway drops new joints and freestyles over classics. Stream it in its entirety now.
Cali spitter and Shady Records’ Boogie is joined by Griselda Gang’s squad of Conway, Benny and Westside Gunn to go off at the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher.
Conway and Westside Gunn provide the firepower alongside Lord Juco on “New World Order.”
Conway and Westside Gunn pay tribute to the late, great WWE manager and commentator Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, who passed away at the age of 72 on Sunday night from complications with throat cancer from the past 15 years.