Conway The Machine has unleashed his hard-hitting “The Chosen” single as the Griselda rapper revealed the release date for his upcoming Won’t He Do It album.

“The Chosen” hit streaming services on Friday (April 28) as The Machine rhymes over triumphant J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League production while trading bars with Jae Skeese.



Yeah, I cross my T’s, dotted my I’s/Rap n-gga still struggle to eat, I’m not surprised/Look, I got it out of the streets and I survived/Third degree, that’s from all of the heat that I provide,” Conway raps in the opening verse.

Being the big sports fan that he is, the Buffalo native sampled a debate between Skip Bayless and co-host Shannon Sharpe from an episode of UNDISPUTED.

“Skip, they look really good, Skip/You had to be impressed with what you saw/I know you like this, Skip,” Shannon asserts.

Listen to the track below:

Following the release of “The Chosen,” Conway The Machine has turned his focus to the arrival of his upcoming Won’t He Do It album, which is set to be released on May 5 via Drumwork Music Group/EMPIRE.

The LP features assists from Westside Gunn, Benny The Butcher, Sauce Walka, Fabolous, Ransom, Juicy J, Dave East and more. On the production side, look for beats from Daringer, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, Juicy J, Daniel Cruz, among others.

Conway The Machine & Westside Gunn Bring Buffalo To Paris In 'Brucifix' Video

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Conway is also hitting the road following the project’s release for the Won’t He Do It Spring Tour, which kicks off on May 26 in Chicago.

Earlier this week, The Machine expressed his disappointment over the Benny The Butcher and Freddie Gibbs feud.

The 41-year-old told DJ Akademiks he wishes he could’ve stepped in before things boiled over and turned physical.

“It’s a fucked up situation for me, personally,” said Conway, who rose to prominence as part of Griselda Records alongside his cousin Benny and brother Westside Gunn, and has worked with Gangsta Gibbs on songs like “Babies & Fools” and “Seen Everything But Jesus.



“That n-gga Gibbs my n-gga, man. I wish that shit never happened. I would love to squash that. I wish I could have. If I was there, I don’t know if that would’ve happened. I’m talking about none of it, not just the shit that they talking about. I’m talking about the shit that [came] before.

“I just wish that shit never happened, man. Gibbs, I just know how he do, man. He’s a funny dude on that internet shit and on Twitter and stuff. He was wrong, I’ve spoke with people. But I don’t wanna say too much, man. Gibbs my n-gga regardless. I don’t give a fuck.”

He added: “And Benny my cousin, I’m riding with Benny regardless of whatever happens. But if it was up to me, none of that shit would’ve never happened. None of it.”