After several years of beefing, New York giants French Montana and Jim Jones have finally united together in both their real lives and on wax. This week, fans get to check out a new visual for the CB5 collaboration “Too Late,” which sees production from Arizonaslimbeats and Bhawkmusic. The track sees the two flexing on their successes and standings in both the industry and the streets:

“If nobody died, then it’s not a beef, contrary to the lies, we all got beliefs, I still keep it in my ride or in my boxer briefs, hood n***a got them yachts docking by the beach, they still treat me like a god when I’m in the H/

Cut lawyers that eat the charge like a dinner plate, we was just ducking them charges on the interstate, watch fifty, that’s an extra twenty large in the face…/”

The clip shows the Coke Boy and the Dipset general — also known as the best weather correspondent known to man — mobbing heavy in the Bronx and Harlem, with a slew of cameos from the likes of Dave East and other respected OGs from their neighborhoods. The video ends with footage of French Montana giving out food in his community — something that he first revealed to fans via Instagram.

As previously reported by REVOLT, it was also through social media that Montana and Jones announced that they were squashing their long-standing conflict:

“I think [it was] two egos coming together, two big personalities. We was young. We was all crazy, and now we’re here. We’re older, we got kids,” [There’s] people looking at us, we gotta set the right example. We can’t be looking crazy out here. It is what it is, it’s all love. I’m trying to get back over on that plate.”

Break out your best bottles and celebrate with the hip hop vets below.