Conway the Machine released his explosive Eminem collaboration "Bang" on Friday (July 19), as the Buffalo native leads into his anticipated Shady/Griselda Records debut God Don't Make Mistakes, which is slated to arrive later in 2019.
Em flexes his pen when he's handed the baton from the lyrical assassin for the second half of the Beat Butcha-produced single. The Detroit superstar delivers an extended assist, recalling his scathing beef with Canibus and takes another shot at Iggy Azalea.
"I used to be a man of the people/ Hit the clubs and mingle (What up?)/ Used to dream one day I'd be fuckin' pink like a flamingo (Pink)/ That was back when I smoked Canibus/ Man, but it was tough, 'cause I was a fan of his," he rhymes.
Later in the verse, Eminem gets a few thoughts off about all of the comparisons he's heard regarding his career. "Compare me to lightnin', that similarity's strikin'/ Compare me to Jaws/ Compare me to Manson, Marilyn or Charles/ Compare me to Nas, Biggie, or Pac/ Do not compare me to that Iggy bitch/ Or all this fuckin' Milli Vanilli hip-hop/ This is where all that silly shit stops," Slim Shady raps.
Listen to "Bang" below.