The clip features a woman held hostage and people wearing masks while holding various kinds of weapons, giving a thrilling feel of watching horror movies.
French Montana has premiered his music video for "Don't Panic" in full after teasing it with some behind-the-scenes photos. The clip opens with harrowing scenes of a woman tied to a chair. She screams in terror as a man tortures her.
The visuals directed by Eif Rivera gives an eerie feel that reminds people of horror and thriller movies. It features French and his girlfriend Khloe Kardashian among people wearing mime masks and holding various kinds of weapons.
The music video was shot in New York City in July. French and his reality TV star girlfriend came under fire after he posted on Instagram a picture of Khloe holding a crossbow on the set.
"Don't Panic" is the first single off French's upcoming sophomore album "Mac & Cheese 4". Produced by DJ Mustard, the track was debuted in full on Tuesday, August 12. The rapper has revealed his desire to include Kanye West, Macklemore and Rick Ross as featured guests in the record.
French Montana's "Don't Panic" music video