In his new video, French Montana says he's taking heed to the famous quote by Buddah, "Every morning we are born again." Grammy nominations, platinum and gold certifications, French Montana continues to be one the most consistent and successful MCs in hip-hop. Today, he dropped off a new video for a "Can't Feel My Face" featuring his close friend Diddy.
The Bad Boy duo show they can take it anywhere, the jet, the tarmac, the club, an exquisite crib, the gulliest of hood blocks, no place is unreachable. In the clip, French pulls a Q-Tip (reference the video for "Hot Sex") rapping the entire video with a mask on.
"I was whippin' on the stove and watchin' bootleg cable," French raps. "I was whippin' on two pots like I was Hussein Fatal/I was diggin' through the crates like Big L, Joe Crack, baby/Have a shootout on that corner, right by Larry Davis."
Diddy opens the record with a laid back flow.
"Cocaine on the table, I wasn't always able," he quips. "I watch these niggas get rich all in these fuckin' fables/They like to cook the numbers, we don't cook the numbers/We just want the summer, you can have that woman."
"These niggas really out here trippin maaaan," Puff adds on the chorus. "I can't feel my face."
French was a recent guest on "Drink Champs" and spoke on his Mac and Cheese 4 not being available for retail.
"It was too much shit," French told host N.O.R.E. "You know how you work on mixtapes and you sample Jackson Five? And sample the Queen sample? You got a whole album done on basically samples and by the time you get niggas to redo the sample because nobody wants to clear it, you don't want to hear your own shit on it. It was that kinda vibe on it. Plus my shit got leaked and they wanted me to drop three months after."