French Montana drops new video for “That’s A Fact”
The New York rap veteran gives us a quarantine-safe clip.
Last week, French Montana delivered a new drill-inspired track titled “That’s A Fact.” This week, the JB Made It-produced, Mr Swipey-assisted cut gets a matching, self-directed visual that sees the collaborators donning masks and hazmat suits in lieu of the current Coronavirus pandemic. As can be seen heavily in the clip, French has also kicked off a “spin around the block” dance challenge that’s currently going viral on social media:
“That’s A Fact” follows French Montana’s recently released video for “Salam Alaykum,” which saw the rapper and his crew living it up overseas in the desert. That track was taken from French’s third studio effort MONTANA, which was released last December and saw features from Drake, City Girls, A$AP Rocky, Chris Brown, Cardi B, Gunna, Juicy J, the currently incarcerated Max B, the late Chinx, and more.
Recently, French Montana been making headlines for his contribution to the now very popular IG live content that many of your favorite celebrities are taking part in. Not only did he prove his worth in hit records during an appearance on Tory Lanez’s “Quarantine Radio,” he also surprised many by making peace with longstanding enemy Jim Jones via his own “Cocaine City Live”:
15 YEARS OF BEEFING ENDED UP WITH LAUGHS AND WAR STORIES 🙏BIG MOMENT FOR HIP HOP SHOUT OUT TO @jimjonescapo #thatsafact ALL THE BLOGS THAT COVERED ALL THE BULLS*** MAKE SURE YALL PUT THE SAME ENERGY TO MAKING PEACE
During a recent chat with Complex, French even revealed that 50 Cent will be the next person to join him on his live stream, which would be another major breakthrough for both New York hip hop and the culture as a whole:
“50 Cent gonna be on the next ‘Cocaine City Live’… It’s happening in about a week or two. This the first time the world knows. He gonna be on ‘Cocaine City Live’ and I know he gonna watch this. French Montana, 50 Cent face-to-face. We gonna talk. Talk about, you know, what the people wanna see.”
Until that happens, you can press play on “That’s A Fact” below.
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