Not only is Benny The Butcher continuing his onslaught well into the new year, he’s also making sure that his Black Soprano Family collective is right alongside him during the process. This past week, he joined Jonezy and Last Days on the ChupTheProducer-backed cut “Conversation Cost,” which — as you’d expect — is full of the rewind-worthy bars that have remained prevalent in Buffalo:

“Yo nah, we don’t affiliate, the CPA don’t know how much I really make, stretched every 28 like I’m Billy Blanks, the plug know where I really stay, Benny play for keeps and in the streets, I fathered a white girl just like I’m Billy Ray/

N***as say I’m up only ‘cause Wes came and got me, I had the same luck if the connect came and got me, seven figures later I was on the next planе to Cali, in a tenant truck smoking on the best strain in Cali…/”

Shot by HiDeph, the visual keeps things pretty simple with Benny, Jonezy, and Last Days shown both in the studio and somewhere outside with high-end cars and jewelry — all brought together with some pretty dope special effects. Simple and to the point, in typical Griselda fashion.

Fans of “Conversation Cost” can also enjoy the full BSF collective on last July’s Da Respected Sopranos mixtape, which was hosted by DJ Drama and sees Benny and Jonesy alongside Heemer Da Steemer (or Heem), Loveboat Luciano, Rick Hyde, and Young World. In addition to that eight-track offering, 2020 also saw Benny The Butcher bless the masses with his second studio album Burden of Proof, a collaborative body of work with Hit-Boy that saw 12 cuts and additional features from Dom Kennedy, Lil Wayne, Big Sean, Rick Ross, Freddie Gibbs, Queen Naija, and — of course — Griselda cronies Conway The Machine and Westside Gunn.

Press play on Jonezy, Last Days, and Benny The Butcher’s “Conversation Cost” video below.