Westside Gunn goes off for 14 minutes on “Raw Is Flygod,” which is a nod to the WWE’s Monday Night Raw. Produced by Daringer and featuring his daughter WS Pootie, this is certainly an extensive listen that is nothing but that rawness.
Westside Gunn celebrates Easter a little bit differently than most. The NY emcee gets a little belligerent alongside Mach Hommy and Keisha Plum on “Easter Gunday 2.”
Westside Gunn arrives with his anticipated project Riots On Fashion Avenue. It’s six tracks of venom with the other six tracks for strictly instrumental purposes for you to snap your head to. Stream the project in its entirety now.
Westside Gunn provides a scene of violence on “Don’t Trust A Soul” off of his Riots On Fashion Avenue dropping February 10th.
Oh No & Tristate unveil the second dose of the expert pharmaceutical rap that permeates their 3 Dimensional Prescriptions project with “Custom,” which features Westside Gunn, Hus Kingpin and Lyric Jones. Off Oh No and Tristate’s 3 Dimensional Prescriptions, which will be released on January 13th.
With Riots On Fashion Avenue set for a February 10th release, Westside Gunn drops the brash “Brains Flew By” and delivers exactly the kind of unbridled lyrical violence you’d come to expect.
Westside Gunn and Meyhem Lauren link up for “Over Gold.”
New fire emojis from Westside Gunn and Conway over a vicious Daringer production. This one is a problem.
Backed by a filthy Apollo Brown beat, Skyzoo is joined by Westside Gunn and Conway for the rough, rugged and raw “Basquiat On The Draw” from The Easy Truth dropping on September 30th.
Westside Gunn and Action Bronson go the WWE route and put Alchemist’s track through the tables on the appropriately titled “The Dudley Boyz.”