Conway The Machine delivers new EP ‘No One Mourns The Wicked’
Conway continues to carve his own lane with this one!
Griselda Records has been in go mode for a while now. Between the recent significant releases of label mates and family members Benny The Butcher, Westside Gunn, and Conway The Machine, some serious lyrical matter has been spread from every angle. Today, Conway adds more pressure with the release of his new EP No One Mourns The Wicked.
With the success of his latest joint project with The Alchemist, LULU, still lingering, No One Mourns The Wicked is the perfect follow up to keep his 2020 momentum in motion. In recent times, Conway has appeared to challenge himself to tap into a different sort of pocket with his rhyme patterns and delivery. While using triplet flows and such, it’s definitely pleasing to hear the contrast with his dynamic beat selections. The Griselda rapper has not only proven that he’s one of the hottest to come out of New York, but that he’s one of the best in the game today — No One Mourns The Wicked is physical proof of this.
The Buffalo, NY artist is in his own lane with this latest drop and it can only go uphill from here. Equipped with just nine records in total, No One Mourns The Wicked is produced entirely by Big Ghost Ltd. It also includes two features from fellow Griselda artist El Camino and affiliate Flee Lord.
As depicted in the cover art, Conway is shown as an iced out skeleton with his signature look wearing shades and a bucket hat. It also shows a hole in the back of his head and neck that portrays an incident in 2012. He was shot in the back of the head and neck while the bullet left him with Bell’s Palsy that lead to the right side of face being paralyzed.
Peep The Machine’s latest effort here and let us know how you’re feeling it.
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