"Do Better" appears on the British grime star's sophomore studio album, "Heavy is the Head," which arrived earlier this December.
Following the release of his much-anticipated opus, Stormzy has unveiled the accompanying music video for the motivational anthem.
The visual features a montage of clips that unveil the 'behind the scenes' of his history-making performance at the 2019 edition of the Glastonbury music festival.
The clip notably includes excerpts from Stormzy's headlining set, as well as footage of his workouts, stage rehearsals, editorial shoots and album recording sessions.
Stormzy also takes an introspective look at himself in "Do Better," wondering "Have you ever had to sacrifice your health? Ever had to sacrifice yourself?"
Last November, the 26-year-old rapper opened up his thought-provoking set at Worthy Farm, which marked the first time that a black British male artist headlined the music festival.
"The thing about Glasto, and I've not told anybody this, but I had no sound. My in-ears blew after about 20 minutes, so I had no sound for the whole thing .... When I walked off stage I thought I'd f***ed it. I thought it was the worst thing I'd ever done," he told Q magazine, adding that the show was "most difficult thing" he has ever done.
"Do Better" is one of 16 songs featured in Stormzy's latest studio album, "Heavy is the Head."
The full-length, which follows his 2017 debut "Gang Signs & Prayer," also features guest appearances by YEBBA, H.E.R, Aitch and Headie One as well as Burna Boy and Ed Sheeran.
In addition to releasing his sophomore studio opus, Stormzy is set to publish British author Malorie Blackman's new autobiography via his Merky Books imprint.
As the BBC pointed out, the reigning grime king has long been a fan of Blackman's oeuvre, even using excerpts of her 2001 YA series "Noughts and Crosses" during his Glastonbury set.
Discover the behind the scenes of Stormzy's Glastonbury show in the new video for "Do Better":