Conway and Rae bode well together on this Daringer-delivered cut.
Any individual who’s invested any energy with the particular inventories of Conway and Raekwon should realize that their styles are exceedingly correlative. On “TH3RD F,” a feature from Conway’s new GOAT tape, the two sound similarly as normal as you’d anticipate. Normal colleague Daringer lays a dusty circle with no extra drums, making an ideal surface for Conway to put his coolly slick lines. With no snare, there’s space for an entire 3 minutes of bars before Raekwon in the end enters after a short introduction. He has a shorter verse however packs more syllables and inside rhymes into his take, making for an incredible complexity to Conway’s vitality.
Conway is exceptionally particular with his associates over the task, picking from a stable of to a great extent New York rappers (Lloyd Banks, Styles P, the late Prodigy) and one Detroit legend (Royce Da 5’9″).