This Friday, Conway The Machine will release his latest project from From King To A GOD, which will presumably feature the recently released singles “Fear Of God,” “Front Lines,” and “Lemon,” the last of which features Wu-Tang Clan legend Method Man. Before the album drops, “Lemon” gets a dope visual for fans to enjoy — a perfect match for the gritty bars provided by the collaborators over production from Daringer and Beat Butcha:
“Look, play my position, in the kitchen, I’m workin’, whip it, baggin’ half in fifties, hit the strip and I serve it, if it’s an issue, trust, I’m comin’ to get with you in person/
With the extendo, throwin’ at you ‘til I flip the Suburban (boom, boom, boom, boom, boom), all my businesses flourish, I’m on my way to my yacht, I put a six on the dock like Julius Erving.../”
The video comes courtesy of Langston Sessoms and Chop N Shoot, and begins with a tribute to late Griselda producer Demetrius “DJ Shay” Robinson. Viewers can then shots of the artists in various locations, including in an apartment and masked up in front of a bodega with their respective crews — all while rocking different shades of yellow in reference to the song’s title. N.O.R.E. even makes a cameo, mainly to shout out Meth for the Capone-N-Noreaga bars heard in the beginning of his verse.
From King To A GOD will follow a slew of recent projects from Conway, including the two EPs No One Mourns The Wicked and LULU, done alongside Big Ghost Ltd and The Alchemist, respectively. In addition, he’s also fed the streets with high quality releases like Look What I Became and Everybody Is F.O.O.D. 3 over the past year alone.
Press play on the visual for Conway and Method Man’s “Lemon” below.