The original version of “Off The Rip” featured late rapper Chinx and N.O.R.E.. But with the addition of A$AP it is a decidedly NYC affair.
Rap’s vodka wars are heating up, as a new rapper enters the battlefield: French Montana.
The video features Miley, strippers, booze and guns. Needless to say: NSFW.
Last night the pop diva teased that a recording session with French Montana and Justin Bieber.
The video for “Play No Games,” which stars Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, along with Martin Lawrence, unfolds like a mock episode of the ’90s sitcom Martin, opening credits and all.
Weapons and drugs charges are being levied against the group of five arrestees.
Jeremih, French Montana, and Ty Dolla $ign pal around in a mansion that can only be described as wildly off the hook.
The EP is a precursor to his Mac and Cheese 4 mixtape.
“icanteven” comes from the Neighborhood’s upcoming #000000 & #FFFFFF mixtape, which will be released on Nov. 27.
He’s representing both New York and the South in one fell swoop.
If you’re old enough to remember the original Budweiser commercials, this parody is especially funny.
French is accompanied by nothing by cars, dirt bikes and the gorgeous empty skyline.
On the first single, the young Simmons proclaims, “I’ma do what your boyfriend ain’t ’bout to do.”
In Breezy’s remix of the menacing song, the violence is dialed up.
“I don’t feel the need to change up my style or change the things that I used to rap about,” Kim told REVOLT.
The beat is classic Dipset-era aggression, all car-door slam and boxing ring bell-esque sounds.