Last month, French Montana unleashed his brand new album They Got Amnesia. Equipped with 20 records in total, French Montana tapped on a number of his peers for features including Drake, John Legend, Rick Ross, Doja Cat, Saweetie, Fabolous, and more. Since then, he has kept the momentum going with consistent visuals. Today (Jan. 20), the latest video “FWMGAB (Remix)” has arrived. The Chris Moreno-directed visual opens up with some beautiful tropical scenery as French unloads some bars:
Fuck with me, I teach you how to get your bag up (Go run your shit up), we havin’ shit so we don’t ever pick the tag up (We don’t do that)/ Got shit in motion, diamonds freeze, put your hands up (You twelve), this a anthem, all my bag-chasers stand up (Let’s go)/ Hotboxin’ in the coupe, this a fajita (Ha) if I ain’t flyin’ private,
In addition to They Got Amnesia was a short film that mainly documented French‘s well-known hospitalization a couple of years ago. Earlier this month, fans were able to check out a visual for “How You King?,” which pulls from the aforementioned film and sees him delivering bars while watching another version of himself being resuscitated by doctors in a surgery room. He then swiftly follows up with “Didn’t Get Far,” “The Paper” and “Mop Stick.”
They Got Amnesia followed last year’s CB5, the fifth installment of his Coke Boys mixtape series that contained 19 songs and assists from the likes of Jim Jones, Lil Durk, Jack Harlow, Chinx, Max B, Benny the Butcher, and A$AP Rocky. Prior to that, French liberated They Got Amnesia‘s official predecessor MONTANA, which boasted top tier hits like “No Stylist” and “Lockjaw.”
Be sure to press play on French Montana’s brand new music video for “FWMGAB (Remix)” featuring Moneybagg Yo down below.
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