When you have this much momentum, why would you ever slow down? Conway, Benny and Rickhyde represent for Griselda as they hand the LA Leakers yet another
As Conway’s Shady Records debut God Don’t Make Mistakes draws near, the Griselda representative drops “Bang” with some lyrical assistance from the man himself, Eminem. Vicous bars are here to punch you in the face.
From his Organized Grime EP with Trillmatic comes Conway’s video for “Draco.”
First you had to hear it, now you have to see it. Griselda and DJ Premier connect for “Headlines” and the set of gritty visuals find the three emcees surrounding the legendary producer as they deliver their bars while Preemo holds up a frame with the words. We need more of this.
After catching a body on the DJ Premier-produced “Headlines,” Conway, Benny, Westside Gunn and Ricky drop by Sway in the Morning to deliver a freestyle and stay on top of your head with some nasty Griselda bars.
What happens when Griselda connects with DJ Premier? Pure wickedness.
Westside Gunn, Conway and Benny put their verbal stylings over some head-snapping DJ Premier production on “Headlines,” which is released on Payday Records.
“I’ve wanted to do a record with them individually for a few years now,” DJ Premier says. “I had been listening to Westside Gunn first. Conway got my lyrical attention very heavy when Alchemist told me to listen to how he rhymes. Then after I got in tune with Benny’s songs, I immediately knew that in order to follow up the Casanova record it made sense to have all three on the same single. ‘Headlines’ was made organically from a blank canvas at my studio at 2am and it happened so fast; and I loved their work ethic.”
Coney Island’s NEMS made a name for himself as part of Fight Klub and had a battle rap record of 20-3. With his battling days being what brought him to the dance, the New Yorker has put the finishing touches on his solo album Gorilla Monsoon, slated for a May 24th release. Here’s “Where You Know Me From,” which pairs NEMS with rhymeslayer Conway.
Rappers beware. Conway The Machine is coming. And what you hear when he teams up with Busta Rhymes and Aaron Cooks on the Nottz-produced “Ghost Musik,” it’s a reminder that there’s something in the water with these upstate New York emcees.
Conway continues to drop videos from his EiF 2: Eat What You Kill project. This time around it’s the New Jack City influence of “G Money On The Roof” featuring Flee Lord where it is all about a woman coming in between the crew.
Marco Polo revamps Planit Hank’s 2017 joint “Finish Him” with a brand new beat that tucks in quite nicely underneath the lyricism of Styles P, Conway & Lil Fame.