Conway and Westside Gunn provide the firepower alongside Lord Juco on “New World Order.”
With MF Doom ending his series with Adult Swim, the man with the iron mask announces a collaboration project with Westside Gunn. The appropriately titled WESTSIDEDOOM spawns the Daringer produced song “Gorilla Monsoon” as Gunn and Doom trade bars over sinister production.
“He’s just one of those mysterious dudes and that’s what I like about him the most,” Westside Gunn said. “Not everyone out there is able to touch DOOM because he’s not out there like that. I reached out to him and the dots just connected. Plus, I already had the WESTSIDEDOOM idea in my head. It didn’t have to be a full album or what not to make a point.”
Who knows when we’ll see the album so enjoy the single for the time being.
Conway and Westside Gunn pay tribute to the late, great WWE manager and commentator Bobby “The Brain” Heenan, who passed away at the age of 72 on Sunday night from complications with throat cancer from the past 15 years.
Alchemist drops a gem with Conway and Westside Gunn on “A Thousand Birds.”
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.
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.