Watch Conway the Machine’s performance for NPR’s ‘Tiny Desk’

He rapped cuts from his latest album, ‘From King to a God.’

Conway the Machine recently performed for NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series, where he rapped cuts from his latest album From King to a God.

The Griselda rapper kicked off his set while comfortably seated in a booth at the Queens, New York restaurant Sweet Chick, with “Lemon” and “Front Lines,” both of which appear on his latest LP. He then jumped back in time with “OverDose,” from his 2018 mixtape Everybody is FOOD. 2: Eat What U Kill.

Conway then rapped his verse on Westside Gunn’s 2016 song “The Cow.” On the track, which the rapper describes as “one of the most personal and transparent records I ever wrote,” he reflects on a serious shooting injury and the loss of his cousin.


Though he’s just released From King to a God, Conway is readying another album for release: God Don’t Make Mistakes, which will arrive on Shady Records. A release date has yet to be announced, but it is expected to arrive sometime this year. Back in March, Conway teamed up with The Alchemist for LULU.

Watch Conway the Machine’s Tiny Desk performance below:

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