DJ Premier puts on his director’s cap for the video to “Runway” featuring the verbal stylings of Rome Streetz and Westside Gunn representing Griselda. Of course, the production from Preemo is already a banger and the two emcees bless it with some bars.
DJ Premier provides the beat for Griselda’s Westside Gunn and Rome Streetz to give it their blessing on “Runway.” A string-heavy production from Premier finds Gunn and Streetz delivering rock hard rhymes.
The Griselda Gang is relentless when it comes to giving us new music. Westside Gunn collects Benny the Butcher and Boldy James for the Themansur-produced “Bastards.”
Conway The Machine is preparing the follow-up to 2022’s God Don’t Make Mistakes with Won’t He Do It later this year. The Machine connects with Khrysis for “Quarters” and flips the back half of the video with the Daringer-produced “Brucifix” that features Westside Gunn.
Westside Gunn announced that he plans to retire from rapping after 2023. Do we believe him? Who knows. But until that time comes, he’s going to keep delivering bangers to prove that he’s worthy of everyone’s top rapper list. Fresh off of X, Gunn drops the video for “Super Kick Party.”
The official video for Westside Gunn’s “Peppas” featuring the dynamic duo of Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey finds the trio on the block firing off their bars. No need to complicate things for a dope song.
Westside Gunn’s recently released 10 (or Hitler Wears Hermes 10) is stuffed with bangers. Among them, is the stellar collaboration with Talib Kweli and Yasiin Bey titled “Peppas.” This is filthy.
We’re just a few days away from Meyhem Lauren and Daringer’s Black Vladimir project. We’ve already had “Red Pesto” but now we get some “Trigger Point Therapy” as Meyhem teams up with Westside Gunn.
The Griselda Gang is back at it. Conway the Machine is flanked by Benny the Butcher and Westside Gunn in the video for “John Woo Flick.” The song is from the long-awaited major label debut from Conway God Don’t Make Mistakes, which is set to drop on January 25. And it’s about damn time.
Westside Gunn put his foot in Hitler Wears Hermes 8: Side B and served us another batch of dopeness. Of the collection of songs, his collaboration with Jay Electronica is a certain highlight. Here’s “Free Kutter.”