August 10th marks the date that Termanology drops his Bad Decisions album. We got a taste with “Passport Kingz” last week and now drops a video for the Conway assisted, and Daringer produced, “Termanator & the Machine.”
Producer Vanderslice recently dropped his new project The Best Album Money Can Buy and the album is chock full of dope production featuring the likes of Evidence, Slug, Big Twins, Blueprint, Freddie Gibbs, Cormega and more. But one of the standout tracks is the Conway featured “We Got The Drop.” Check it out now and cop the album on iTunes.
DJ Skizz is never short of giving you that booming production. From his High Powered album comes “Dead Wrong,” a filthy collaboration with Freeway, Conway and Westside Gunn. This is nothing to sleep on.
Conway stays busy and dropping projects seemingly out of nowhere. This time, the Buffalo emcee teams up with producer Sonnyjim to cut loose the Death By Misadventure EP. The six track project features one spot from Roc Marciano but is all about Conway. Listen now.
Alchemist provides the beat for Westside Gunn and Conway to terrorize on “Budz” which works just perfectly for some post 4/20 smoking sessions.
I don’t know what it is about Buffalo but these emcees are showing out and proving that upstate New York has some bars. Conway represents Griselda Gang with his latest run of street savagery on the “Blakk Tape” mixtape. Stop what you are doing and hit play now.
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.