OVERALL RATING (⭐⭐⭐⭐)
Conway and his gun are both woke.
When Conway speaks, I listen. Usually, he talks about some serious street s**t, but on “Front Lines,” he focuses on police brutality and racial inequality.
“Front Line” is powered by a beat that is beyond grungy. As for Conway, in his first verse on the song, he talks about bossing up and going ham on his opps. In his second verse, he talks about his frustrations with the law. Overall, I love how Conway sounds so raw on “Front Line” that he should probably be cooked for a few more minutes in some boiling water.
Conway is probably more Malcolm than Martin.