PREMIERE: Conway The Machine “Bullet Club” ft. Lloyd Banks & Benny

We go hard every day at MASS APPEAL but this Friday is something else. We already gave y’all an interview with Conway earlier today. Now we are back to premiere his brand new single from G.O.A.T. Is it becoming clear yet how important we think this MC and his label are to the game? While a certain kind of rap (we won’t name names) has had its way for a couple years now, boom bap is experiencing a comeback of epic proportions. SP1200s, record digging, scratching, and lyricism are all enjoying a resurgence, and Griselda embodies this revival.

Today we share with you a cut called “Bullet Club” that sees Conway bring along Lloyd Banks and Benny for the ride. A couple weeks ago we premiered a cut by Monsta Mook that saw the return of Tony Yayo, but Banks’ re-entry into the game raises the stakes to a whole other level. Griselda is starting to look like what G-Unit once was. To see both crews breaking bread almost feels like a passing of the torch.

The dramatic soundscape by Daringer is fuel for these barsmiths to run wild. Conway shivs ‘em, Banks puts two in the head, and Benny straight buries ‘em. Press play.

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