Conway The Machine Releases New Album “Won’t He Do It”
Conway The Machine has released his highly anticipated new album, “Won’t He Do It.” The album is a follow-up to his 2022 release, “God Don’t Make Mistakes,” and features collaborations with Westside Gunn, Benny The Butcher, Fabolous, Juicy J, and more.
“Won’t He Do It” is a hard-hitting album that showcases Conway’s lyrical prowess and his ability to create gritty, street-inspired beats. The album is full of bangers, including the lead single, “Super Bowl,” which features Juicy J and Sauce Walka.
Conway is known for his dark and gritty lyrics, and “Won’t He Do It” is no exception. The album is full of stories about violence, drugs, and poverty. However, Conway also manages to inject some humor and levity into the album, making it a more enjoyable listen than some of his previous work.
Overall, “Won’t He Do It” is a strong album that showcases Conway’s talent as a rapper and producer. The album is sure to please fans of Griselda Records and Conway’s previous work.
- Brucifix (feat. Westside Gunn)
- Stab Out (feat. Ransom)
- Flesh Of My Flesh
- Kanye (feat. Goosebytheway and Drea D’Nuir)
- The Chosen (feat. Jae Skeese)
- Water To Wine (feat. Goosebytheway, Jozzy, and Dave East)
- Brick Fare
- Brooklyn Chop House (feat. Benny the Butcher and Fabolous)
- Tween Cross Tween (feat. Goosebytheway)
- Believe (feat. 7xvethegenius)
- Super Bowl (feat. Juicy J & Sauce Walka)
The album was produced by a variety of producers, including Daringer, Khrysis, Justice League, and Juicy J. The beats are all gritty and street-inspired, and they perfectly complement Conway’s lyrical style.
The album has received positive reviews from critics. Pitchfork gave the album a 7.8 out of 10, calling it “a hard-hitting album that showcases Conway’s lyrical prowess and his ability to create gritty, street-inspired beats.” The New York Times also gave the album a positive review, calling it “a powerful and moving album that offers a glimpse into the life of a man who has survived violence, addiction, and poverty.”
“Won’t He Do It” is a strong album that showcases Conway’s talent as a rapper and producer. The album is sure to please fans of Griselda Records and Conway’s previous work. If you’re a fan of hip-hop, then you should definitely check out “Won’t He Do It.”
Stream the entire album here: