unofficial import reissue on colored vinyl, originally released in 2019. The Buffalo trio’s Shady Records debut doesn’t sacrifice an ounce of their gritty and ruthless throwback aesthetic. Brothers Conway and Westside Gunn and first cousin Benny the Butcher don’t even bother with choruses, stitching their coke-dusted, bullet-riddled crime tales together with ad-libbed gun sounds instead. Griselda’s first full group outing, WWCD offers something their solo efforts only featured intermittently: interplay. On “Chef Dreds” and “Scotties,” the relatives trade bars and finish each other’s thoughts, playing Westside Gunn’s nasally shit talk against Conway’s cold slur and Benny the Butcher’s bruiser swagger. These three are at their best at their most untamed, and WWCD is the crew’s most unrelentingly raucous showcase yet.
|A1||Marchello (Raekwon The Chef Intro)|
|A4||Cruiser Weight Coke|
|B1||The Old Groove|
|B4||City On The Map|
|B6|| Lowery (Aa Outro)|