One of the standouts from Coke Boys 3 , French effortlessly glides over the Les McCann sample sounding as suave as ever on what should be a cringe-y Coke Boys sex anthem, but it actually works. What more can you want from French? French, throughout his long career, has made a ton of great music and some of it has hardly gotten any exposure. Carried by Max B hitting his best falsetto, French and Max ride the smooth beat without a hitch. The song is dragged down some by Flip who is one of the weaker members of the Coke Boys, but Chinx and French still deliver. French Montana has battled criticism for most of his career. The song mostly revolves around the chorus, as Chinx and N.
Sometimes during the French and Max B collaborations one has a superior verse to the other, but here they are balanced and blend together excellently. . Lockjaw ft Kodak Black There is a stigma that exists for New York rappers, where people think that they put themselves in a box and only appreciate a certain type of traditional rap. The track, produced by Lee on the Beats, includes a catchy Uncle Luke sample and each member of the star-studded lineup deliver great verses attempting to one up each other-- that's a feat when having a trio of certified rap stars all togeher on one track: , and. The rapping is typical for French, but this is the track that set the blueprint for him and would set French on the path to stardom.
They work so damn well together. It was one of the tracks that helped to solidify French Montana as a star here to stay. When you begin to sort through his vast amount of music, what you find is a goldmine, a rapper who experiments with new styles, who is open to different production, and most important of all, an underrated rapper. Drugz generally kept French grounded, on tracks where French would explore a new flow or test his vocal limits, Chinx would be there to keep that traditional New York sound in tact. Just as the cover to the Coke Wave mixtape presents, this track feels like late New York winter, cold and depressing. All three provide their finest Rated R lyrics, culminating in those beautiful Harry Fraud hi-hats kicking in mid-Chinx Drugz verse.
The Jaegen whose dancehall-influenced beats caught our attention through and 1Mind production is lively, and it is easy to tell why it dominated the the summer 2017 clubs. After the leak Bad Boy refused to change the date and the album simply fizzled away not having the impact that both the label and French hoped for. The greatest tracks of French Montana's career, thus far. Not to mention, it was accompanied with an amazing music video that was set in the Dominican Republic, and later memed to death. Then, when French would begin to settle into the more reserved parts of his personality, Max B would bring the passion and natural competitiveness out of French making their collaborations some of the best. The most ridiculous part about all of this is that French is rapping like a battle rapper over a sample from the 80s rock band Foreigner. French uses one of his most criticized flows on the track, where he is talking as slow as possible, basically mumbling throughout, but French still makes it work.
If they ever remake Othello or some Shakespearean tragedy, please, somebody force them to play this during the final act. And, not only is the production stellar, but French floats over the beat harmonizing with Utada Hikaru seamlessly and broadening his versatility in the eyes of his fans. . . . .
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