Conway the Machine Announces New Album ‘SFK’ & Reveals Cover Art: Here’s When It Arrives

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Conway the Machine revealed the cover art and release date for his fourth studio album, SFK, in an Instagram post on Wednesday (April 24).

The Buffalo emcee had a busy 2023, releasing a total of nine projects, with one being his third solo full-length, Won’t He Do It. Now, the prolific rapper is gearing up to drop SFK on May 10. The cover art features a drawing of a smiley face with a slanted scowl seemingly in reference to Conway’s own face.

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Two months ago, he released the video for what looks to be the album’s first single, “Vertino,” alongside Joey Bada$$, who took a break from his promising acting career. In the visual, the rapper-actor goes in with La Maquina for nearly five minutes on Mott St. in New York’s Chinatown.

Conway also teased Won’t He Do It Side B when he dropped the video for the Cool & Dre produced “Give & Give” and “Mutty,” produced by Conductor Williams. When he released the former, Conway teased in an April 5 Instagram post: “WHDI side B on the way!” On the latter, the rapper also confirmed what the acronym SFK stands for, spitting, “It’s the Slant Face Killah/You said it’s up when you see me/Boy, we can’t wait, n—a/You don’t want real beef, you plant-based n—a.”

Conway the Machine has not yet revealed SFK‘s tracklist, features or producers.

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