Eminem's Shady Records announces deal with Westside Gunn and Conway
Griselda and Shady connect.
The Buffalo Soldiers just got Shady.
Eminem’s Shady Records has announced a deal with Westside Gunn and Conway’s Griselda Records. The new deal will include solo and collaborative projects from Westside Gunn and Conway, as revealed by the label in an announcement today (March 3). This move marks an historic moment for the pair, as they have become the first from Buffalo to ink a major label distribution deal.
“The style and energy of Griselda Records, Gunn, and Conway are infectious,” Shady co-founder Eminem said in the statement. “We can’t wait to put them on the platform they have earned and deserve.”
To properly complement the release, the pair released a new, fittingly titled Just Blaze-produced track, “Hall N’ Nash.”
Back in October, REVOLT traveled with the dynamic duo to Buffalo for a special documentary, titled “Buffalo Soldiers.” The piece offers an inside look into the guys who “make this fly sh-t look easy,” earning co-signs from industry titans such as Royce Da 5’9 and the Alchemist, all while escaping the traps of their town. Check it out below.
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