The Moroccan-born spitter has premiered the new music video to celebrate the release of his new album 'Jungle Rules' on July 14.
Hot off the release of his new studio effort "Jungle Rules", French Montana has unveiled a new music video for a track called "A Lie" featuring The Weeknd and Max B off the album. Directed by Spiff TV and French himself, the visuals follows the three artists on a ride through New York City. They are cruising around the city in a jeep and enjoying an afternoon with stunning ladies on a yacht.
The trio later hit a nightclub to party the night away. They are joined by other fellow rappers, such as Nav, A$AP Rocky and Juelz Santana. "Ooh, he do it better, that's a lie/ He at my level, that's a lie/ A hundred thousand for the time, yeah/ They f**kin' with us, that's a lie, ooh yeah," French and The Weeknd rhyme on the chorus.
"One of The Weeknd's favorite rappers is Max B. He was a big fan of the whole Coke Boy thing," French previously said of the collaboration. "He was supposed to do 'Porn Star' off the 'Coke Boys 2' mixtape. We were supposed to work together on my first album, but we never got to do it. So I'm glad that I overcame that hole and was able to finally have all three of us together on a record."
"A Lie" follows up "Bring Dem Things" featuring Pharrell Williams and "Unforgettable" featuring Swae Lee. Other featured artists on "Jungle Rules" include Travis Scott (II), Quavo, Future, Young Thug and T.I.