Westside Gunn and Conway Show How Buffalo Does It With “Machine Gun Black”

Today, Hall N’ Nash—the collaborative projects of Griselda Records MCs and brothers Westside Gunn and Conway—released the video for their Just Blaze-produced track “Machine Gun Black.” The song originally came out this past March shortly after the group announced their deal with Eminem’s Shady Records.

In the video, Blaze opens up the door to his studio—of course wearing an insanely fly Polo Stadium cartoon shirt—and finds a package containing a VHS tape. When he presses plays, the real music video begins, featuring footage shot around the duo’s home turf of Buffalo, New York. The gritty clips shows the world that the Nickel City has more to it than chicken wings and the Bills.

With a full album on the way, Westside Gunn and Conway have been getting plenty of love from the East Coast recently. The duo is currently on tour and just had a star-studded sold out show at Webster Hall in Manhattan. If you are still sleeping on one of New York’s best rap acts, stream Westside Gunn’s Flygod project below.

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