New Music: French Montana f/ The Weeknd – ‘Gifted’

Gifted

French Montana had the strip clubs on lock with “Pop That” and “Freaks,” and now he explores a darker side on his new single “Gifted” featuring The Weeknd. The Bad Boy MC raps about the highs and lows of fame, while shouting out troubled pop culture icons like Whitney Houston and Tiger Woods. The Weeknd provides the haunting hook (“When they love me, I get money”).

In addition to The Weeknd, French’s debut Excuse My French features Nicki Minaj, Snoop Dogg, Drake, Lil Wayne, Scarface, Raekwon, and Ne-Yo, plus production from Harry Fraud, Young Chop, Mike WiLL Made It, and Rico Love.

A video for “Gifted” was recently shot in Miami and features some sexy ladies and a pair of tiger cubs named Ike and Tina.

[Karen Civil]



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12 Comments

  1. #RihannaNAVi

    a feature of The Weeknd = Automatically shit

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    coleminersmusic Reply:

    @#RihannaNAVi, u mean ” the shit”. Weeknd makes this track. French Montana has some lack luster rhymes.

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    Rhett Reply:

    @coleminersmusic, Nah, SHIT. Dude is mad boring. All this shit sounds the same.

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  3. WEEKND'S LOVER

    THE WEEKND IS SEX TO MY EARS

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  4. niggs.

    after Drake, this dude decided to associate himself with the worst fucking rappers out there. its pretty sad.

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    Jstamir Reply:

    @niggs., +1

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    XO till we overdose... Reply:

    @niggs., at least he sings for the larger part of the song whenever he’s featured

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  5. TheOne

    ass so fat you can park 10 tahoe’s on it.

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  6. Visual-Suede

    I’ve never really listened to the weekend but everytime I have IT ALL SOUNDS THE SAME!!! like its THE SAME. Anyway French tried with the rhymes this time. Bless him

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    OVOXO Reply:

    @Visual-Suede, his sound is different … you have to listen to his mixtapes to get used to it to see that every song is different but it takes time to get there

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  7. lina

    where’s the bass?

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