After releasing bars on DJ Khaled’s first single, it seems like Remy Ma shows no signs of slowing down. Just a few moments ago, Flex premiered a brand new track that features Remy titled “Megadeath”. French Montana recruits Remy Ma, Swizz Beatz & Jadakiss for this one.
Bombs after the break.
After releasing a video for “Supreme” just yesterday, Ricky Rozay has debuted another visual off his latest album, Mastermind. Today he releases the mini movie, story driven visual for “What A Shame” featuring French
After dropping off a wacky promo for their track earlier today, DJ Khaled serves up his new single “They Don’t Love You No More” featuring Jay Z, Meek Mill, Rick Ross, and French Montana. This is the first offering from his forthcoming eighth studio album I Changed A Lot.
Listen to the Mike Zombie-produced track below.
With the original version still continuing to take over clubs around the world, we have an urban remix for the DJ Snake & Lil Jon previous single. Here’s the urban remix for the latest “Turn Down For What”, which features Juicy J, 2 Chainz & French Montana. This isn’t bad at all, not sure why this wasn’t released earlier.
Check out the single after the jump.
After announcing the album title MMM, most wondered what the sound of the album will be like. Judging from this single “Big Homie”, sounds like it should just be Ross single. In the visual it contains cameos from Wale, Meek Mill, French Montana, and more. Very catchy though, I admit, but let’s hope Puffy got some classics on the album. The video was shot in New York & Los Angeles.
UPDATE: No more Diddy, it’s back to Puff Daddy. Anyways, since the other visual was a leak, here’s the official video of “Big Homie” featuring Rick Ross & French Montana. Cameos from DJ Khaled, 2 Chainz, Ashanti, Snoop Dogg, A$AP Rocky, and more. Check out the OFFICIAL video after the jump.
Chinx has since dropped the Drugz from his name, but that doesn’t mean he still won’t supply the heat. He releases the official video for his latest single “Feelings”, which features French Montana. The concept of the visual surrounds itself with a kid who is trying to figure out why Chinx doesn’t care about his feelings. Interesting concept of the video though.
Purchase Chinx’s latest EP, here.
Even though the radio rip was out earlier for this remix to Lil Durk’s latest single, “Dis Aint What You Want (Remix)” we held off until the CDQ arrived. Here’s the CDQ version of the official remix of “Dis Aint What You Want (Remix)” featuring Rick Ross, French Montana and Meek Mill. The original version was featured on Durk’s latest mixtape, Signed To The Streets.
Produced by Paris Beuller.
Also known as Chinx Drugz, but it seems as if he’s just going by Chinx now, I can’t keep up with all of these name changes these days. Anyways, with a forthcoming EP that he’s currently finished or finishing up entitled I’ll Take It From Here. Here’s the first release from the EP. The song features French Montana and is called “Feelings”, and it’s rather catchy. I’ve always been a fan of Chinx though, French actually makes the hook which makes the vibe of the song better. Feeling this one a lot.