9 Songs, 28 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Far from some boom-bap throwback, Griselda Records continues to carry grimy New York rap into the future with credible tough talk and ruthless beats. One of the Buffalo-based crew’s signature spitters, Conway the Machine continues to fuel his label’s prolific mixtape run with this stand-alone set of unapologetically hardened material both by and for the streets. “Vino D” makes a Harlem connection with the dynamic Dave East and Dipset diehard Jim Jones, while the legendary DJ Muggs slows things down for the rapper to flow solo on “Black Spoons.” His brother Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher hop on “Tito’s Back,” with the lyrical latter trading dynamic bars with Conway.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Far from some boom-bap throwback, Griselda Records continues to carry grimy New York rap into the future with credible tough talk and ruthless beats. One of the Buffalo-based crew’s signature spitters, Conway the Machine continues to fuel his label’s prolific mixtape run with this stand-alone set of unapologetically hardened material both by and for the streets. “Vino D” makes a Harlem connection with the dynamic Dave East and Dipset diehard Jim Jones, while the legendary DJ Muggs slows things down for the rapper to flow solo on “Black Spoons.” His brother Westside Gunn and Benny the Butcher hop on “Tito’s Back,” with the lyrical latter trading dynamic bars with Conway.

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