March 08, 2013 04:09:15 GMT
The Moroccan-born rapper debuts his new video but his collaborator steals the limelight in her pasties.
Cocaine City Records' founder and CEO French Montana finally drops the music video to "Freaks", the track from his upcoming album "Excuse My French", after a couple of teasers. As previewed in the previously-released behind-the-scenes clip, all eyes are on his collaborator, rapstress Nicki Minaj, and her show-stealing pasties.
The "American Idol" judge puts on her hip-hop/dance siren hat once again for Montana's new music video, momentarily setting aside her mature, critical demeanor on the hit TV show to bring back the raunchy, racy Nicki that she was first known for before bagging the judging gig. Minaj exposes her boobs with only a zipped-open gold jacket worn over her bare bosom covered only with two gold star-shaped pasties in the Eif Rivera-directed clip.
The 28-year-old Coke Boyz founder did not seem to mind though, as he revealed he actually intended for the 30-year-old rapstress to shine in his new music video. "I just feel like that was the perfect song for her. We could've did a strip club song. We just wanted to do something that was big. We both from New York, so I feel like this made sense," he explained.
Of the wild club scene which features gyrating dancers, curvaceous models and a lot of fierce choreography, Montana proudly said, "I feel like this song brings back the essence of the dancehall. I feel like just the dances alone in this song is gonna take it somewhere else." He added, "I feel like people missed it, I haven't seen something like this in a while."
French Montana's "Freaks" (feat. Nicki Minaj) music video