From King To A GOD

Conway the Machine - From King To A GOD
Critic Score
Based on 9 reviews
2020 Ratings: #132 / 760
User Score
Based on 393 ratings
2020 Ratings: #70
Liked by 14 people
September 11, 2020 / Release Date
LP / Format
Griselda / Label
Hip Hop / Genres
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The Young Folks

What makes this endeavor stand out from past mixtapes is his ability to pinpoint the monumental nature of what he’s doing, and who he’s doing it for.


From King To A GOD is a brilliant amalgamation of all the promise he has shown over the years.

Consequence of Sound

From King to a GOD is arguably one of the best Griselda projects thus far and a viable contender for year-end lists.


Listening to Conway's latest is hearing the sound of an underground king ascend to the status of the esteemed guest artists he attracts.


Forceful and atmopsheric, ‘From A King To A God’ punches through the glass ceiling, its purposeful swagger leering out of the speakers.

The Needle Drop

Conway distills the power of Griselda Records on his new album.

Slant Magazine

What the rapper lacks in flow experimentation and dexterous rhyme-craft, he makes up for with his knack for sincere storytelling.


From King to a God would be considered a solid effort from most MCs, but it's clear Conway has his aim set higher.

My favourite album this year so far.

This was the first album I've heard from Conway the machine and what an introduction it was.

The main thing about this album that stands out for me is the amazing production. It does have a similar vibe to alfredo by Freddie Gibbs but I prefer this as there is a bit more variety. The production is reminiscent to 90s rap but with a modern day twist and it sounds great. The intro track, from king, especially has such an atmospheric feel to it and I love ... read more
I'm a little underwhelmed by this. Conway the Machine's "From King to a GOD" left me with a bitter taste even after a few listens. I'm still torn on it, I enjoy it to a certain degree but I'm not really digging it.
This project started out really weak to me, every song leading up "Juvenile Hell" is below average at worst and decent at the very best. After that I started getting into the mood and enjoyed it a bit more.
Conway the Machine is pretty hit or miss to me, ... read more
My introduction to Conway the Machine was on the recent Westside Gunn project Pray for Paris, and at that time I really didn't have any concept of everything underneath that collaboration. The two, along with BENNY the BUTCHER, make up the blueprint of Griselda; a hip hop collective and independent label. Conway and Westside are half-brothers and BENNY is their cousin, and the three have incredible chemistry built out of their past few years of collaboration and clearly strong relationships. ... read more
probably my favorite Griselda release this year so far. the beats are consistently exciting and unique, never really dragging or suffering from no-drum-itis. Conway, while far from the most charismatic or interesting rapper alive rn, displays a lot of versatility on these tracks that honestly took me by surprise. there's a lot of different sounds and styles on display here, it's not just your typical coke-rap Griselda joint. the trap-influenced Anza (with a fantastic Armani Caesar feature ... read more
Conway is very inconsistent on his album, instead of trying his hardest now, he seems to keep on reaching and reaching up, ignoring what he has to do to finish this album and make it the best he can. Due to his facial paralyzment, which I won't judge him on, his flow sounds hurried and distracted, reminding me of 2010-2014 style Lil Wayne, but with a drastically different voice. The start of this album is also slow, but it luckily picks up further on. His lyrics are rather good, and boost some ... read more
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Track List

  1. From King
  2. Fear Of God (feat. DeJ Loaf)
  3. Lemon (feat. Method Man)
  4. Dough & Damani
  5. Juvenile Hell (feat. Flee Lord, Havoc & Lloyd Banks)
  6. Words From Shay (Interlude)
  7. Front Lines
  8. Anza (feat. Armani Caesar)
  9. Seen Everything But Jesus (feat. Freddie Gibbs)
  10. Words From Shay (Interlude 2)
  11. Spurs 3 (feat. Benny the Butcher & Westside Gunn)
  12. Forever Droppin Tears (feat. El Camino)
  13. Jesus Khrysis
  14. Nothin Less
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Added on: July 8, 2020