Drake Takes a Dig at Kanye's Yeezy Sneakers on New French Montana Collab
Drake and French Montana were recently spotted shooting something in the South Bronx. The shoot is believed to be for an unreleased cut French teased in New York last month, presumably taken from his upcoming 'Jungle Rules' follow-up.
It looks like we'll be getting an official video for that recently teased Drake and French Montana collab.
Monday, French loaded down his social media accounts with photos and video from a shoot in South Bronx. Slick Rick will apparently be making an appearance and even let the 6 God briefly borrow some neckwear for the occasion. Though details like the title and eventual home of the song haven't been announced, it's fairly safe to assume the final product will appear on French's upcoming Jungle Rules follow-up.
As previously reported, the untitled cut got a surprise spin at Tao Downtown in New York last month. HipHop-N-More also secured a clip of the track, which may include a jab at Kanye West and his Yeezy 350s: "Keeping it G, I told her don’t wear no 350s around me," Drizzy apparently raps in the record.
New Drake & French Montana coming?! “Keepin’ it G, I told her don’t wear no 350’s around me”... Produced by @LondonOnDaTrack pic.twitter.com/3aIWPv37iQ
French recently joined Drake for a quick pop-in on an Aubrey and the Three Migos date in New York City, using the opportunity to look back on their years of friendship and collaboration. "It's hard to find real friends in this fake ass industry," French said.
The two previously linked for "Pop That" and "No Shopping." Back in 2012, they hit the road together for the Club Paradise Tour.
Speaking with Forbes on how he was able to ensure 2017 was his biggest year yet, French pointed to Diddy and the power of teamwork. "I think it's my team," he said in November. "My management and my being more focused this year. Having Puff [Daddy] by my side, staying focused, and the music."
While his previous approach to the creative process was a bit more happenstance, he added, Jungle Rules required a more traditional approach to studio sessions. "This time I really just sat in the studio for about two months," he said.