Video: Rick Ross f/ Drake & French Montana – ‘Stay Schemin”

French Montana, Drake, and Rick Ross

Rick Ross pulls out the Maybach and cruises through his Miami hometown at night in the video for “Stay Schemin’,” a cut off his new mixtape Rich Forever.

Drizzy comes along for the ride, spitting a fiery verse that will raise eyebrows. “It bothers me when the gods get to acting like the broads/ Guess every team doesn’t come complete with ni**as like ours,” he raps in the wake of his beef with Common.

In addition, Bad Boy’s newest signee French Montana raises his profile with an appearance on The Beat Bully production.

Roll deep with the crew.



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63 Comments

  1. lyfechanges

    Drake came at Common…didnt think he had it in him

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    :l Reply:

    @lyfechanges,well i didn’t know common had it in him to go at drake first for no reason.

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    latonya Reply:

    @:l, its not really for no reason, more so for a misguided reason, a rapper singing, it’s practically unheard of in rap, obviously a lot of people make fun of drake for it and don’t consider it “hard core” but others have accepted it, from drake at least

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    nicki at the grammys Reply:

    @lyfechanges, common and ludacris two old a## lames!

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    Nk Reply:

    @nicki at the grammys, lol. ur dissing the wrong ppl. dont kno about luda but common is still one of the realest out there staying true to hip-hop. pretty sure he aint no old a## lame. and luda stays true to his shit too. 2 real “artist” in da game.

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    StarsAreBlind Reply:

    @Nk, Ludachris is not a “real artist.” His career is driven by singles. You just made your argument and taste in music extremely questionable with that last sentence, and common might be in the game, but he barely touches the court (if at all), so it makes where he’s coming from extremely questionable when he, out of no where, writes a diss to someone who’s did nothing to him and has to mention it in one of the few interviews he got.

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    js Reply:

    I got respect for common but ludacris sucks idk why anyones saying he’s dope he’s garbage how can anyone take him serious with songs like how low can you go nd my chick bad if anyones selling out its him cuz he’s supposed to b a hardcore”rapper” nd no one can ever say drake sold out if u ever knew anything bout drake he sang before he rapped. I just felt like ludacris nd common wanted more attention for their albums cuz they’re not intouch with todays rap fans like who knew ludacris still rapped nd common was coming out witha new album@Nk,

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  2. Yeah

    studio gangstas

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    StarsAreBlind Reply:

    @Yeah, (Referring to Drake) All he asked them to do is say it to his face. He doesn’t have to prove anything, they do, because he’s not the one sending shots to sell records. If anything, he’s calling out the studio “gangstas”, and it’s Rick Ross the “Boss”, ain’t no fucking body trying to be a “gansta”.

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    Lisa Reply:

    @StarsAreBlind, you fucking said it right there. :-)

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    uhuh Reply:

    @Yeah, i can’t take drake serious lol

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    Shade Reply:

    @uhuh, and no one can take you internet gangsters seriously

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  3. UK_KushandWisdom

    ok drizzy drake :)

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  4. lucas

    new im on one?

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    Shade Reply:

    @lucas, nah they make mistake of not letting Drake do the hook

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  5. Hazel

    Don’t give a fuck about what anybody say … Drake was amzing in this vid.

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  6. @SupraNickMusic

    i tell that b***h it’s more attractive when you hold it down

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  7. ThankMeLater

    Drake just killed it! Common who?

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  8. :l

    he diss the sh-t out off common that what he got for dissing drake for no reason just because he wanted to move album units..and ofter all that he still an’t move even 100k in record sales of is new album…i don’t go there when it comes to record sales but that,s what common was obviously on and is trying to move by picking a beef with drake.

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  9. Proph

    @ThankMeLater, Drake came with a nice verse. it by nooo means, means he’s is now better than common, don’t be foolish.

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  10. Code Red

    Hiphop is dead if you can now have a police officer and a former child T.v actor as yo favorite rappers! Lmao very weak!

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    Shade Reply:

    @Code Red, Hip Hop ain’t about where you come from. It’s music. It’s a culture. It’s a movement. These gys are pushing that movement. What are you doing?

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    Holtz Reply:

    @Shade, Amen!

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    Code Red Reply:

    @Holtz,

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    jay Reply:

    @Code Red, why does it matter where you come from i always thought being a rapper was about story telling and a perspective along with some nice word play
    regardless everyone has something to say even if they aren’t from the hood and sold drugs that doesn’t take anything away from being expressive
    your just a small minded rat

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  11. nicki at the grammys

    drizzzzzzzzzzzy drake ymcmb the best lil wayne,nicki and drake the big three and birdman the head coach took over 2011 and going to take over 2012 tyga album then nicki then twist and don’t forget bowwow 4 ever winning ymcmb bigger then life in (birdman)voice!

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  12. TEAMKIMBLANCO

    Okayyy Drake! I see you!Now let’s do an album with you rapping like that.. REAL TALK DOE

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    nicki at the grammys Reply:

    @TEAMKIMBLANCO, ho u just go tell lil kim go do a album with her broke a## !ymcmb 2/14/12 is the end of lil kim life lls

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    TEAMKIMBLANCO Reply:

    @nicki at the grammys, HAHAHA SO I SEE BITCH ASS COMPUTER THUGS IS TRYNA START TROUBLE! N*GGA SHE BEEN MAKING MONEY 15 YEARS PLUSS BITCH! HAHAHA! TELL NICKI TO GET THERE AND AS MANY ACCOLADES KIM GOT THAT HOLLA AT ME! BITCH ASS N*GGA, STAY EATING SICKIS DIRTY GRUESOME PUS*Y

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    Amina Gets It Poppin! Reply:

    @nicki at the grammys, ewwwww! you are too into nicki minaj, come down sweetie nicki def doesnt know who you are smh.. yall stans are such followers, lets stick to the topic at hand which is rick ross the boss not no wack bitch… nigga please *snaps fingers, hair flips, chews gum*

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    luvsammiesweetheart Reply:

    @nicki at the grammys, Why are we talking about nicki minaj and lil’ kim here?! This post literally has nothing to do with them. SMFH

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  13. DrakeNickiOVO

    Yooooooooooo, Drizzy you killed it… Like… Yesssss!!!

    #TEAMDRIZZY

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  14. gee

    “Diss me and you’ll never hear a reply for it”…liar. also, common is a legend. Drake is dope but umm…he ain’t on that level

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  15. TRA

    I like both Common, and Drake. Common is one of the most underrated, greatest rappers in hip hop history. Common is a talented lyricist who never sold out for mainstream hip hop. Common’s albums have not always been top selling, platinum albums, but Common’s new album The Dreamer/The Believer album got great reviews, plus Common makes good music. Drake is considered by some people to be one of the top 1O best mainstream rappers in mainstream hip hop. I never thought Drake was the best rapper alive, because I can name 4O rappers better than Drake. Drake is just more popular on the radio and TV than Common is. Its old school vs. new school. I think Common won the battle, but Drake won the war in the eyes of mainstream media.

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    nicegirl Reply:

    @TRA, Agree completely with you. Common has greater lyrics and talks about real stuff. Drake is mainstream.

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    Shade Reply:

    @TRA, Drake has better lyrics than Common. Common didn’t win shit. Sweet wasn’t even that good of a diss. 7th grade disses all around that dog. It’s like when people think Ether was better than Takeover. It was not, hip hop dudes just like Ether more because it was more aggressive, but Takeover had better lyrics and better disses.

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    TRA Reply:

    @Shade, I disagree, I think Nas’ Ether was way better than Jay-Z’s Takeover, the lyrics on Ether was great and right on point. I like Takeover as well, but when Nas came out with Ether, everyone was like “Got damn, this is hot”. I believe Common is better than Drake on any lyrical level. If you listen to all of Common’s albums, you will see that Common got great lyrics. Drake is great, but I think Common is much more to the table when it comes to spitting great lyrics.

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    Shade Reply:

    @TRA, What are you talking about? His lyrics weren’t spot on. I liked Ether but it was filled with teenage level disses. Jay-Z was killing Nas with FACTS on Takeover. Like I said…people only like Ether better because it was more aggressive, but Jay-Z still won that with just that one verse. Anyone who really pays attention to lyrics knows that.

    And I have listened to Commons albums too. Drake is a better lyricist. You can argue whether Common is more hip hop or whatever or make better hip hop records. I don’t care. When it coms to lyrics. Not many people are on Drake’s level whether it’s on a Rap song or R&B song.

    Hip Hop heads like common more because they can relate to him more and like that ignorant “hard shit”. They both spit real. But if you really listen to both and study the way they say things and the meaning behind them and the flow and everything. You’d see the truth.

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    TRA Reply:

    @Shade, I said before, that I like both Common and Drake. I belive Common and Drake are both great for hip hop. Both Common and Drake bring something different to the hip hop table. Common is a self-conscience, political rapper, and Drake is an alternative, mainstream, R&B rapper. I like Common’s music, and I like Drake’s music. In my unbiased opinion, I believe Common is a better rapper than Drake. Let’s say for example, that the new Common is not better than Drake, that’s okay, because every great rapper falls off at some point in their rap career, unless you are Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Eminem, and you plan on staying relevant for a extremely long time. I don’t think old school hip hop heads and old school hip hop fans love Common because Common spits gangsta, ignorant stuff. Common has never been a gangsta rapper at all. I believe the number one reason why old school hip hop fans love Common is because Common is a great rapper who puts out great music. The second reason why old school hip hop fans love Common, is because Common has stayed relevant for almost 18 years, and still underrated, which shows that Common has serious talent. The third reason why old school hip hop fans love Common is because Common came from the golden age of hip hop in the 1990s that saw great rappers like 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, Jay-Z, Ice Cube, Snoop Dogg, Scarface, Geto Boyz, N.W.A., EPMD, De La Soul, A Tribe Called Quest, Wu-Tang Clan, The Roots, LL Cool J, Outkast, and several other great rappers at that important time in hip hop. Drake comes from new school hip hop that feature top mainstream rappers like Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, J. Cole, Nicki Minaj, and a few others. I don’t think old school hip hop fans completely hate Drake, I think old school hip hop fans have more respect for Common than Drake, that’s all.

    New school mainstream hip hop fans will say that old school hip hop fans are being completely biased towards Drake, and I doubt that is true. I believe Common’s Resurrection, Like Water, Like Chocalate, Be, Finding Forever, and The Dreamer/The Believer albums are better than all of Drake’s albums right now, but I know that everyone in the world is not going to agree with me on my opinions. Music is always subjective and objective. I believe Common won the battle in the eyes of old school hip hop fans, but Drake won the war in the eyes of new school mainstream hip hop fans.

    It never really matter if Common won the battle or not, because Drake will always be more popular than Common, and Drake will always sell more records than Common. For example, I still believe Nas’ Ether was better than Jay-Z’s Takeover. Takeover had great facts, and the lyrics were great, but Ether had great facts, the lyrics were great, and Ether felt more vile and angry than Takeover. All hip hop heads felt Nas won the battle, but Jay-Z ended up having a better career, and a better catalog of albums than Nas. Similar to Common and Drake’s beef, Nas won the battle because Nas had more respect in the streets from old school hip hop fans, but Jay-Z won the war because Jay-Z had more respect from new school mainstream hip hop fans, and Jay-Z put out more hit songs as time went along as well. I believe Common is a better rapper than Drake, but we will have to agree to disagree on some things, but I do agree with you on some things also. I believe old school hip hop fans like Drake, but I don’t think they respect Drake as much as they respect Common. In order for Drake to win the whole entire respect of old school hip hop fans, Drake has to continue to make great music for a long time.

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  17. boi K

    the video is dope and so is the song. #RICHFOREVER !

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  18. Ale

    I hate the hook but i can rock wit the rest of the song..drake went it!

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    Lisa Reply:

    @Ale, same here.

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  19. Hugh

    Ish is real

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  20. chris

    was the chorus guy drunk or was he high on somethin,he needs to be punched in tha face 4 making the song suck,wtf

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  21. chris

    chorus guy drunk or high on sth wat a crackhead

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  22. JHP

    Drake just threw the gauntlet down to Common now, you’ve gotta respect him for manning up and defending himself. Common is a legend, but don’t underestimate Drake, I don’t think this would be a completely one-sided battle

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  23. flexin

    drakes fuckinn sucks and rick ross too t.i. and young jeezy and gucci there real rappers

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  24. Ruston

    How do we even know Drake is referring to or dissin Common or anyone else?

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  25. Brionna

    HATE the hook
    Hate French’s verse
    Hate Drake’s tough guy act,can’t take it serious
    Drake’s and Rick’s verses were average to me…Needless to say prob. won’t make the ipod

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  26. Themanwhowantedtoseedrake in there

    Drake did his thing and he will keep doing it!!

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    bknyhustle Reply:

    @Themanwhowantedtoseedrake in there,

    Drake bodied the cop on that “Stay Schemin” joint..

    them was Comeback Season type verses

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  27. Code Red

    @Shade, am helping by pointing out fakes! I agree with hiphop being a culture,movement and lifestyle but hiphop just like everything in life is dynamic yes but just like everything in life there are fundamentals-stuff you can’t change. The Hiphop emanates from the hustle: what hustle is there in a former police officer adopting an image and life he aint ever lived? The industry can’t even make a movie outta all these fakes on top of the game coz whose gonna believe them!

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    KimIsTheQueen Reply:

    @Code Red, I feel you.If you claiming you’re a goon or a General, you’d have to have lived that lifestyle in order to have credibility when speaking on it. You can’t be a guy from the suburbs and an actor or a COP but drop records like you earned your stripes all while expecting people to take you serious.

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  28. jerezay

    BITCH U WADNT WIT ME SHOOTIN’ IN THE GYM

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  29. Kayla

    Drake killed it! Love him!

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  30. jay

    this is why i fck with drake
    logically he makes more sense then a lot of rappers, what he said has been my entire arguement from the jump
    these rappers don’t make diss because they feel disrespected anymore they make diss to be ATTENTION WHORES im sorry but i don’t know how to put it any other way
    when jay and nas was going at it they were both vets who had legit problems with each other. now you got vets going after these newcomers for NO SOLID REASON just to get some attention on blogs and sell more record
    its stupid and childish and has completely ruined the concept of real hip hop beef that used to be about getting respect rather then a gimmick to gain attention again
    and i love common but coming at drake neck because he broadcast his talent for singing as well as rapping was a weak move in my opinion
    still like him tho

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  31. andrew

    this song is wack

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  32. Lilz573

    What withYM camp dissing legends like lil wayne to Jay Z, Nicki minaj to lil kim now drake to common woww YM got no respect

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    Lisa Reply:

    @Lilz573, Common came for Drake’s ass first. As well as Jay-Z came for Baby first, but that wasn’t a “beef”. Nicki Minaj and Lil Kim are just being stupid. But it’s not that Drake came to diss Common out of nowhere, it’s the other way around and Drake just defended himself. As he should.

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