American rapper and actor from Buffalo, New York, Jeremie Damon Pennick, known professionally as Benny the Butcher unreleased song “Tyson vs. Ali” featuring Conway the Machine off his upcoming album project “Tana Talk 4.”
Benny The Butcher has been gearing up for the release of his forthcoming project, Tana Talk 4 — a project he says will mark his final release as an independent artist. Over the years, he’s proven to be a formidable MC that can stand alongside the best of them. However, his deal with Def Jam will put him in a new position to elevate his name in the rap game.
Tana Talk 4 arrives this evening, which is mainly produced by The Alchemist and Daringer. Benny dropped the official tracklist today for the project. TT4 will boast 12 songs in total with appearances from J. Cole, Diddy, Conway The Machine, and Westside Gunn. Additionally, members of Griselda’s extended family, 38 Spesh, Boldy James, and Stove God Cooks, will also appear on the project.
More About Tana Talk 4:
Tana Talk 4 is the third studio album by Buffalo rapper, Benny The Butcher. It is the fourth installment in his critically acclaimed Tana Talk series, following up 2018’s Tana Talk 3.
The rollout began with the release of Johnny P’s Caddy accompanied by a J. Cole feature and Alchemist production on January 28th. The release date of February 11th was announced by producer DJ Premier on Instagram.
Benny later rescinded this February 11th release date and announced a date for March 11th instead, claiming he was high when he announced the date in February.
More About Benny The Butcher:
Benny The Butcher, is a rapper from Buffalo, New York. Despite issuing music throughout the 2000s, Benny attained a new level of acclaim following 2018’s Tana Talk 3, and 2019’s The Plugs I Met, making him one of Buffalo’s leading rap stars.
Associated with the gritty Griselda crew, Benny draws inspiration from the hardcore hip-hop scene of the 1990s, known for its confrontational and streetwise lyricism. Like collaborators Westside Gunn and Conway The Machine, Benny cites Wu-Tang Clan as one of his major influences.
Benny co-founded Black Soprano Family together with his manager in 2012, and released a Gangsta Grillz mixtape through the label in 2020.
Over the course of his career, The Butcher has gone by various names. In the 2000s, he went by B.E.N.N.Y., an acronym for Best Ever ‘N New York, dropping mixtapes such as 2009’s The Mayor’s Back, and 2010’s Benny Montana. For a period, he went by 2 Chain Bennymane before changing back. He later dropped the abbreviated nickname and used Benny instead, which eventually led to Benny The Butcher—sometimes capitalized as a call-back to his original name.
In October 2020, Benny dropped his sophomore studio album, Burden of Proof, which featured high-profile production from Hit-Boy. Despite branching out from his gritty boom-bap sound, Benny received critical acclaim for pushing his boundaries.