Conway details recording process of “Bang”, says Em was blown away with his album

Remy Gelenidze

Couple of days ago, Conway The Machine and Benny The Butcher hit up the No Jumper Podcast to chop it up with Adam22, who ultimately shifted the conversation to the former’s Shady Records debut. When asked about his recent collaboration with Eminem on “Bang,” Conway opened up about how the track came to be:

“That is my first record with Marshall. I just felt that was the song off the jump when I heard the s**t. I recorded it already first. I had went to Detroit, cause I wanted him to hear it. I flew to Detroit, and I played my album ‘God Don’t Make Mistakes’ for him and Paul Rosenberg. Royce was in the room. When that room came on, I was like ‘this that s**t I had in mind, I want you to body.’ That is how that happened.”

“The song just came outta nowhere. It was just time. He was like, let’s put this out now. S**t, we dropped that motherf**ker and tore the streets up. Was I nervous to record with Em? Nah, I thought about am I sure this is the record I wanted to get him on? I am outspoken. I mean like, s**t, ‘I need a verse bro, what up? Get on there! I already knew when I got to Detroit, playing him this album – I am not leaving Detroit without a verse. I am about to go to Eminem’s studio? I’m about to get a verse! It is happening. So the whole flight, I am a happy n***a.”

“S**t, I got there, and just played him the album and shit. I ain’t gon’ lie, the album so crazy man. I did not even expect this kind of reaction from Em. I am a confident n***a, I knew this shit fire. But the reaction from Em, I blew him away. This shit is crazy.”

Watch the interview below:


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