Conway The Machine has announced a new album and coinciding docuseries highlighting his new music group Drumwork.

In the announcement, the former Griselda rhymer officially announced Drumwork’s arrival, with the documentary set to highlight each member of Conway’s new finalized roster.

“We here!!! They doubted us, now we gon make them respect this Drumwork shit!” Conway wrote in the caption. “Time to etch this shit stone! DW the album & docu-series on the way.”

Benny The Butcher showed support for his former Griselda brethren in the comments, showering Conway with fire emojis. A release date has not yet been revealed.


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Conway announced the first signing to his Drumwork Music Group in January of 2021, welcoming Buffalo’s own Jae Skeese.

“I’m happy to announce the ink is dry!!” he revealed. “It’s official!! The first artist signed to @drumworkmusic CONGRATULATIONS KING @jaeskeese this is just the beginning the REAL work begins NOW!! I believed in u from the start and I know when it’s all said and done u gon be in that top 5 convo… it’s up!!!”

Fellow Buffalo native Skeese posted a message with the same photo alongside Conway, calling it the moment he’s “always prayed for.”

Jae Skeese dropped his first single with the collective last March, which features both Conway and Griselda rapper Flee Lord on the track.

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Conway has been hard at work building up his Drumwork team since announcing his departure from Griselda last year, but Benny The Butcher reaffirmed in an interview with Ebro Darden last March that Con’s departure wasn’t anything to be concerned about, and the “Scatter Brain” rapper also echoed this sentiment when he personally sat down with Ebro.

“It ain’t nothing to even trip off, for real,” Conway said at the time. “I don’t know what’s going on… everybody just doing so much man, just on the individual side that we don’t really kinda be having the time to really connect all the time and link.”

He continued: “We don’t all live in the same city no more, we don’t really hang out and do shit no more, see each so all these conversations we don’t necessarily get to have all the time.”