Unless you've been living under a rock, you already know that one of the best and most active collaboratives in hip-hop right now comes right out of the 716.

Buffalo's own Griselda Records has been setting trends in music and fashion over the last few years. One of the top tastemakers from the crew has some share-worthy news.

Benny The Butcher Wins An Emmy Award

Finding ways to highlight and big up Buffalo is something that the entire Griselda collective is known to do often.

That was on full display earlier this week when the Pegula Sports & Entertainment short film, Time For A Change, won an Emmy Award.

The video follows Benny and Buffalo Bills left tackle Dion Dawkins as they travel around various areas of Buffalo's Eastside and discuss the importance of supporting Buffalo.

Now, if that wasn't enough, Benny also has some music you need to listen to.

Benny Drops New Music Featuring Lil Wayne

The Butcher teams up with Lil Wayne on a new track that has the streets buzzing. Big Dog, which features production by The Alchemist, is the first release for Benny since he dropped his last album Tana Talk 4, a top 25 album according to the Billboard 200 album charts.

This is also the first single for The Butcher since his last The Alchemist produced track, Johnny P’s Caddy featuring J. Cole, earned an RIAA Certified Gold plaque.

Big Dog is the first single from Benny's upcoming album, EVERYBODY CAN'T GO, which is set to drop early in 2024.

You can check out the track below; let us know what you think about it and if we should add it to the playlist.

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