On Friday, September 21, Westside Gunn dropped his album "Hitler Wears Hermes 8: Side B."
On the album, Gunn has a track titled "Eddie Kingston" after the AEW wrestler.
Speaking to Mike Beauvais of TSN, Kingston reacted to the track.
“It’s a trip, but it’s also an honour because Griselda and Westside Gunn, they do hip-hop I like,” Kingston said. “There’s a lot of hip-hop out there right now that I do not like and do not understand. So, it’s definitely flattering and it’s humbling for them to even consider, let alone put my name on a record. When I saw it, I was just blown away. I’ve been trying to meet Westside. I’ve been trying to get [Buffalo natives The] Butcher and [The] Blade to bring him backstage so we can chill.”
Santana previously noted his friendship with Westside Gunn and wanting him to do a track for AEW. He tried to get Gunn to provide a track for the Stadium Stampede match at AEW Double or Nothing 2021, but Gunn missed the message. You can find Santana's full comments by clicking here.
Fans can listen to "Eddie Kingston" in the video above.