The video shows the rappers spitting their respective verses in a warehouse while a young man is seen being tortured for no clear reason in another place.
French Montana has teamed up with P. Diddy, Rick Ross, Lil Durk and Jadakiss for the remix of his track "Paranoid". Over the weekend, the five rappers reunited to release the official visuals for the new version.
Directed by Dre Films, the clip shows Montana and his gang hitting what looks like an abandoned warehouse. They're seen rapping their respective verses while in another place, a young man is featured being tortured for no clear reason.
DJ Khaled and Maybach Music Group's new artist Fat Trel make brief cameo appearances in the five-and-a-half-minute video, which also gives glimpses at several beautiful ladies, champagne bottles and Diddy's private plane.
The original version of "Paranoid" was produced by Young Chop and it appears in Montana's debut studio effort, "Excuse My French". The record peaked at No. 4 on Billboard 200 following its release in 2013. Meanwhile, the remix version of the track can be found in "Coke Boys 4" mixtape which was released back in January.
French Montana's "Paranoid (Remix)" (feat. Diddy, Rick Ross, Lil Durk and Jadakiss) music video