French Montana is repping hard for his home country, Morocco, in his latest music video for the Jungle Rules single "Famous."
Set in the North African country, Montana sings about not wanting his lover to get famous even though "the world was made for" her. In the midst of him singing, Montana shows off Morocco's culture, including soccer and belly dancing.
This isn't the first time Montana went back to his home country. In 2015, Montana performed in Marrakech, where he took the time to drink red wine and hang out with street performers.
"This video will give you a small idea of how incredible it has been for me to come back home and share my music with my people," Montana told FADER. "I left Morocco when I was 13 and the first time ever going back was when I shot the FADER cover [three years ago]. Now, it's amazing to see this much love from my people."
Montana also went on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to debut "Famous" on television. The track comes off Montana's second album, Jungle Rules. And if this single performs as well as Montana's last track, "Unforgettable" featuring Swae Lee, he's certain to have another win on his hands. "Unforgettable" became the song of the summer and even nabbed a spot on President Obama's 2017 playlist. Montana is also set to perform at Coachella later this year.