Posts Tagged ‘French Montana’


Cheat out Keyshia Cole if you dare. Her new video finds the songstress and Remy Ma administering some payback on a philandering lover. Impeccable timing on Cole’s part considering we’re still fixated on the Remy-Nicki beef. “You” is directed by Benny Boom and will be featured on Cole’s forthcoming albumΒ 1111 Reset.




Who pissed off Royce da 5’9? The Detroit lyricist goes ballistic over the instrumentals for Migos’ “Bad and Boujee” and French Montana’s “Lockjaw.” Royce is starting off 2017 in beast mode.


Fat Joe and Remy Ma are following up the success of “All the Way Up” with another club banger in “Cookin.” Newcomer RySoValid has little to do here besides yell on the hook, but the song is cool. If this is the second single for Fat Joe and Remy Ma’s project, I think most would agree it’s a step down from “All the Way Up.”


OVO Radio keeps the exclusives coming tonight with a remix to French Montana’s standout gem “Lockjaw.” This song has one of those beats where you’d have to be flat out terrible not to sound good over. Out of this trio, Gucci Mane wins best verse honors.


Now we know why Joe Budden has dropped two disses at Drake. Back in May, we heard a snippet of Drake’s verse for this French Montana track “No Shopping.” If you’ll recall, this song came on the heels of Budden ranting on his podcast that Drake’s Views From the 6 was “weak.” Drake retorted by keeping his thoughts on Budden’s career short and sweet.

Pump, pump, pump it up / She got a good head on her/ But I pump it up/ Β I’m not a one hit wonder/ They know all my stuff/ You let me turn into the nigga you almost was.

Although it would be interesting to hear Drake address Budden’s two subsequent disses (“Making a Murderer,” “Wake“), this will probably be the extent of their “battle.” Production credits for this track are from 40 and Murda Beatz.



A week after officially making peace with a pic, Jay Z and Fat Joe take the good will further with a dope remix to “All the Way Up.” Jay is in black opulence mode and heavily infuses his verse with allusions to black financial empowerment and a slick line regarding the late Prince’s partnership with TIDAL (“Prince left his master where they’re safe and sound…”).


Tonight and tomorrow, The Bad Boy Reunion tours kick off at the Barclays Center. This morning, Diddy was joined by his Bad Boy family and offered a free nationwide preview for fans. The Lox, Lil Kim, 112, Mase, French Montana and even Busta Rhymes got in on the action. Whatever you think of Diddy, the man is the epitome of Hip-Hop longevity.