This past month, Conway The Machine released his sophomore solo album, God Don’t Make Mistakes, featuring 12 tracks, as well as guest appearances from Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, Beanie Sigel, Jill Scott, T.I., his Griselda colleagues Benny The Butcher and Westside Gunn, and more. A new video from that project is released today (Mar. 3) with the emotionally charged track “Stressed,” a Beat Butcha and Daringer-produced effort that features Wallo267, who is a Philadelphia social media maven-activist, and focuses on Conway’s honesty regarding his physical health and the impact his career success has had on him since being off the streets:
Taking a cue from Langston Sessoms, the accompanying clip for “Stressed” starts with what looks like footage of Conway The Machine being treated in the hospital for Bells Palsy following the shooting. As you can see, the rest of the clip shows Conway speaking to a therapist and displaying an ultrasound of his late child, along with matching the line of the track to give money away (with his face on it). At the conclusion of the video, we are presented with the phone number of the National Suicide Prevention Hotline.