A music video for the DJ Mustard-produced track, which will also star Kardashian, has been shot and is scheduled to be released on Wednesday.
After teasing it with several previews, French Montana debuts the full version of "Don't Panic". Featuring production by DJ Mustard, it serves as the first single off the rapper's upcoming sophomore album "Mac & Cheese 4".
In the track, Montana tells his competitors and haters that his current success is only a beginning. "We just gettin' started, ni**a don't panic," he raps over the clapping beat. He also seems to make a reference to girlfriend Khloe Kardashian and throw a shot at her ex Lamar Odom, saying, "Shorty fell in love with a hustler/ Man I took her from a buster."
Not only has Kardashian inspired a part of the single, but she also appears in its cover art. The reality star, along with her rapper beau and two other people, is seen posing in a black face mask.
Additionally, she will star in the track's music video, which was shot a few weeks ago by director Eif Rivera. The visuals is scheduled to premiere on Wednesday, August 13 during Montana's visit to BET's 106 & Park.