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.”
Nick Grant connects with Westside Gunn as the duo flex over a twinkling key arrangement on “Price Tag.”
Westside Gunn tag teams with fellow pro wrestling fan Smoke DZA to remix “Finn Balor” with a new beat by DJ Green Lantern.
After dropping off “Karl,” Westside Gunn decides to give us “One More Hit” before the end of the week. Enjoy.
Westside Gunn wastes little time paying homage to the late fashion industry icon Karl Lagerfeld with the appropriately titled “Karl.” The joint, produced by Roc Marciano, is chock full of soul as Gunn goes in with Keisha Plum on the hook.
Our boy Al is batting a thousand this year and keeps the bangers coming with “Fork In The Pot” as Schoolboy Q, Conway and Westside Gunn go bananas over the production. The video is far out as well.
Alchemist hasn’t failed us yet with these random drops of dope music. The latest is the sinister “94 Ghost Shit” that features the lyrical stylings of Westside Gunn and Conway.
Producer V Don prepares to drop his Bone Collector EP and drops off this joint with Westside Gunn catching wreck in a creepy animated video for “London Fog.”
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.