For his latest studio album, Pray For HaitiMach-Hommy teamed up with Westside Gunn and granted the wish of fans who’ve been anxiously waiting for the two rappers to join forces again. Fans have been talking about the album all over social media, and the Griselda duo is looking to capitalize on the moment with the music video to album standout “Folie à Deux.”

In the Daily Gems-directed visual, Hommy and Gun spit their ironclad bars under a gothic overpass and traverse through various locales in New York City. The duo has the camera take their viewers to places such as the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street in Downtown Manhattan, a Crown Fried Chicken & Pizza in Parkside, Brooklyn, the George Washington Bridge and more. 

“Left with the Moon came back with the Sun…. This sounds like a da Vinci painting,” Westside Gunn said about the song in a statement. 


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Mach-Hommy’s Pray For Haiti has been picking up since its release last month. The 16-track album boasts features by Westside Gunn, Keisha Plum, Tha God Fahim and Melanie Charles. On the producer side, frequent Griselda beatsmith Conductor Williams linked up with Denny LaFlare and Camoflauge Monk to construct the album’s sound. 

An outpour of support came from the Hip Hop community for Mach-Hommy and Pray For Haiti. However, the biggest support came from an unlikely friend in the north that Mach-Hommy probably wasn’t expecting.

Drake Plugs Mach-Hommy's New Griselda Album 'Pray For Haiti'


Drake took to his Instagram Stories on May 23 to share an Apple Music screenshot of the song “Folie Á Deux.” It’s no secret that Drake is a fan of the Griselda crew, as the OVO star has shouted them out on several occasions.