Alchemist drops a gem with Conway and Westside Gunn on “A Thousand Birds.”
Producer Spectacular Diagnostics puts the jetpack into the back of Conway, Chris Crack and Nolan the Ninja as the trio deliver “Rambo Bars.”
Westside Gunn & Conway go by their WCW aliases as Hall & Nash and drop off a VHS tape to Just Blaze. Hit play to hear their song that pays homage to their fallen friend “Machine Gun Black” and find out what’s on the tape.
While rocking a show at Webster Hall in NYC, Conway and Westside Gunn decided to unleash a new song for those in attendance that was produced by none other than the Alchemist. Watch the performance and a cameo from Raekwon.
Bars. Sometimes we take them for granted. But when it comes to Conway and Benny, bars are at a premium as the two Griselda emcees deliver a furious barrage of them when they appear on Funkmaster Flex’s show to freestyle their heads off over the instrumentals for Wu Tang’s “Triumph” and Jay Z’s “Dynasty” intro.
Conway is ramping up now that the ink is dry on his Shady Records deal and drops a new mixtape with DJ Green Lantern titled “Reject on Steroids.” Featuring Royce 5’9″ on “Ill” and Daringer on the production, this is a banger.
Goodness gracious. Royce 5’9″ and Conway go off on this wicked joint from Lantern’s “The Machine” mixtape. Royce absolutely murders his verse and Conway goes blow for blow on his end. Nothing but rewind worthy punchlines here.
Conway decides to hop in the driver’s seat and take Kendrick Lamar’s “Humble” for a drive around the block with a freestyle.
It may be a year old but Conway’s “Cooked In Hell’s Kitchen” still knocks. And now we get a gritty set of visuals to coincide with the Daringer produced banger.
Conway, Benny and Prodigy show up on Statik Selektah’s show to show off their freestyle ability in a dope session that’s just under ten minutes of raw dopeness.