Conway The Machine and rapper Pounds have bars for days about the good and bad aspects of dealing with life and death in their joint record “Kill You.” In the official video shot by Otto The Director, both rappers highlight their rough lives in the streets and reflect on getting their true recognition after death. Pounds brings his aggressive lyrics about the true struggles of his career to life, and prays that his people bury him in a Benz if he doesn’t survive this life.
“I been rapping 10 years and I ain’t make a cent, but i’ve been moving plates like the Franklin men,” Pounds raps. “King sh*t that’s our family structure, If I’mma fry I’mma ride hand me them numbers.”
After I. AM. TRUSTARR asks why one must die before they truly feel you on the hook, Conway joins in with his hardcore bars that describe the rough life that he once led while showing off the chilling contrast between living in the grimy streets and the luxury of living comfortably in the suburbs. The song comes off Pounds’ most recent album Heavy Lies the Crown. Conway has been making a lot of noise since becoming the newest member to Shady Records thanks to his new deal alongside Westside Gunn and Griselda Records.
Watch Pounds, Conway The Machine & I. AM. TRUSTARR in their video for “Kill You” below.