Eminem Conway the Machine

“God Don’t Make Mistakes” could have sounded differently, but it would not be organic, says Conway.

The Buffalo rapper recently released his long-awaited Shady Records solo debut “God Don’t Make Mistakes”. The project is executive produced by Westside Gunn, Conway the Machine and Demond Price, Jr. and shows production work from WondaGurl, Beat Butcha, Hitmaka, The Alchemist, Hit-Boy, 9th Wonder, AraabMUZIK, and, of course, Griselda’s reliable long-time collaborator Daringer.

We remember that deeply Eminem can get very hands-on producing Shady Records projects. 50 Cent, Bad Meets Evil, Slaughterhouse, Obie Trice, Cashis, Yelawolf — all their Shady albums bear a magic touch of Em’s production genius.

“God Don’t Make Mistakes”, however, doesn’t include any contribution from Marshall. Not because Em ignored the project, though. Conway said in his recent interview with VladTV that together with support from Eminem, he also had his beats. It was Conway’s creative decision to stick to his authentic sound:

When I had [“God Don’t Make Mistakes”] complete, I went to Detroit, and I played it for [Eminem] and Paul [Rosenberg]. He loved it. Him and Paul ere like, “Shit, nothing for us to do here! This shit’s fire!” But he sent me some beats and shit. I cooked up some shit. But I don’t think it fits this tape. Plus, I was under the impression that I already have “Bang” for the album. This was before it got leaked, and we didn’t use it for the album. So I really wasn’t hard pressed. And I’m not that kind of person, I try not to be too greedy, like, “Argh, I need a verse! Let me get a beat too! Let me produce this song!” I like to show that I can stand on my own and hold it down. And I feel like I did that on this tape.

Listen to Conway the Machine — “God Don’t Make Mistakes” below:

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