French Montana and Swae Lee go on an “Unforgettable” trip to Kampala, Uganda in the video for their infectious collaboration.
Dancing with locals, lifting children up, and playing pool, the guys have a blast on their trip. But once the dancing is over and the song fades out, things take a turn in the Spiff TV and French-directed clip.
While riding through the safari, French gets a firearm in his face. “Get out,” says a man. “I said, get out of the car.” Snippets of “No Pressure” — Montana’s Future-assisted single — play in the background. Then, the video ends with a sign that reads “Later On That Day…”
Sure to continue with a sequel, “Unforgettable” is a single off French’s forthcoming project, the follow-up to 2013’s Excuse My French, which serves as a replacement for last year’s scrappedMC4.
The video for “Unforgettable” follows the Morocco-born rapper’s controversial comments about a black woman on Twitter. Recently, Montana apologized for referring to a Twitter user as a “musty crusty dusty rusty ass hoe” with “nappy ass poetic justice braids.”
“My mother is african queen and I was married to a beautiful black queen,” he wrote. “All I did was defend myself if I affended anybody I apologize. But this is a perfect example of even when u defending yourself and minding your Business social media would drag your name thru the mud !! But on another note #STAYWOKE.”