French Montana liberates animated visual for Rafi Malice and Max B-assisted “Paradise”
The collaboration can be found on ‘CB5.’
This past weekend, French Montana released his latest mixtape CB5, which contains 19 cuts and assists from Curren$y, Lil Mosey, Chinx, Lil Durk, Benny The Butcher, Jack Harlow, Jim Jones, Pop Smoke, and more. This week, the New York rhymer drops off a new video for “Paradise,” which features Max B and Rafi Malice. Produced by Tyquilmadethis, the dancefloor-ready offering sees the collaborators hitting the friendly skies with their respective lovers:
“Let’s take a flight to Cocaine Paradise, to Cocaine Paradise, mе and you, let’s take a ride and fly high in thе sky, so I can join the mile high club, this ain’t what you need baby, this is what you want, I need you to pay attention…/”
Courtesy of Broadway, the animated clip shows the artists high in the clouds via various forms of transportation, including blimps and high-end luxury cars. Various women can also be seeing dancing to the music on a globe.
CB5 follows last December’s Montana, which boasted 20 tracks and features from Gunna, Juicy J, Kodak Black, Kevin Gates, Logic, Cardi B, Post Malone, City Girls, Drake, Blueface, PARTYNEXTDOOR, and more. In that same year, he and Max B teamed up for the nine-track body of work Coke Wave 4.
“We was friends outside the music and we had a lot of music together that we was planning on putting out, and I’m just so sad we didn’t get a chance to do that… So I just picked out one of my favorite ones and just put it out. He represents the culture; he represents everything about New York.”
Press play on French Montana, Rafi Malice, and Max B’s music video for “Paradise” below.
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