Wanna Go Behind the Scenes of French Montana and The Weeknd's Music Video for "Gifted"?By Noisey Staff
At Noisey, we love French Montana, because he's pretty much the biggest rapper in New York and we live here too, so we like it when dudes from New York get big and do cool things like hang out with tiger cubs and strippers and also The Weeknd. Coincidentally, you'll find French doing exactly those things in the Behind the Scenes from "Gifted," his recent collaboration with The Weeknd. It's from French Montana's upcoming album Excuse My French, which is dropping on May 21st, just in time for us to blast it while sipping 40s out of paper bags on our stoops. You know, New York Stuff. (Note: No one actually does that in New York because that's super illegal and also you can just find a friend with a roof and drink there, but you should still play Excuse My French while you're up there).
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