"WON'T HE DO IT" is the follow-up to his critically acclaimed 2020 release, "King To A God", which features a mix of solo tracks and collaborations with some of the biggest names in hip-hop.
The album starts off with the intro track, "Quarters", which sets the tone for the rest of the project with its gritty beat and introspective lyrics. The following track, "Brucifix" features a collaboration with fellow Griselda Records member, Westside Gunn, as they both deliver hard-hitting bars over a haunting instrumental. Other notable collaborations on the album include "Stab Out" featuring Ransom, "Water To Wine" featuring Dave East & Jozzy, and "Brooklyn Chop House" featuring Fabolous and Benny The Butcher. Each track showcases Conway's ability to hold his own alongside some of the biggest names in the game, proving once again that he is one of the most talented MCs in the industry.
Recently, Conway spoke about the inspiration behind the album, saying
"Wont He Do It" is a reflection of my journey, both as an artist and as a person. It's about overcoming adversity and never giving up on your dreams. I hope this album can inspire others to do the same.
Conway The Machine, whose real name is Demond Price, was born and raised in Buffalo, New York. He first gained attention as a member of the rap collective Griselda Records, which he formed alongside his brother Westside Gunn and their childhood friend Benny The Butcher. The group's gritty, street-oriented sound quickly gained a cult following, and they have since become one of the most respected crews in hip-hop.
Conway's solo career has also been met with critical acclaim, with his 2020 album "From King To A GOD" receiving widespread praise for its raw lyricism and impeccable production. He has collaborated with some of the biggest names in hip-hop, including Eminem, Jay-Z, and Drake, solidifying his status as one of the genre's most exciting and versatile artists.
In "WON'T HE DO IT", Conway continues to showcase his growth as an artist, delivering his signature gritty bars over a diverse range of beats and collaborating with some of the biggest names in the game.
It's an album that's sure to please fans of his previous work while also appealing to those who may be new to his music.