In honor of Easter Sunday, Westside Gunn drops a new song for his fans. Westside links with New Jersey's Mach Hommy (a former affiliate of Westside Gunn’s Griselda label) and spoken word artist Keisha Plum for “Easter Gunday 2.”

The gritty record is fire, starting off with Plum proclaiming that no one should mess with the Flygod. Westside and Mach later go off, rattling off hard-hitting bars that connect like a heavyweight prizefighter.

If you're craving more Westside Gunn tunes, check out Hitler on Steroids, a 24-track, DJ Green Lantern-hosted project that features Royce Da 5’9”, Action Bronson, Roc Marciano, Kiesha Plum and Benny. Since inking his deal with Shady Records with his brother Conway, new records have been pumping out of Griselda Records.

For fans unfamiliar with Mach Hommy, the Haitian-American is one of the best rappers from the Tri-State area right now. His most recent track, "Warning Shot," is produced by The Alchemist and is off his forthcoming full-length LP, 5 O' Clock Shadow. The album will also feature production from Earl Sweatshirt and Knxwledge.

"Warning Shot" is the second collaboration between Mach and The Alchemist. They first linked up for "Brand Name," which was released in January and a part of the producer's limited 45 single series Craft Singles. Hommy released HBO [Haitian Body Odor] last year, which he initially sold for $300 a pop through Instagram direct message.

Listen to "Easter Gunday 2" and "Warning Shot" below.

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