French Montana Drops ‘Pop That’ Featuring Rick Ross, Drake, Lil Wayne

By Miranda Johnson

Looks like we found the official jam of summer. French Montana gets things popping along with Rick Ross, Drake, and Lil Wayne on his new track, “Pop that.” The soon-to-be stripper anthem is the first single off of his upcoming debut album, Excuse My French, dropping July 17.

The all-star track features the four rappers giving some insight on their lives by doing the usual flossing. Over the lively beat French raps “30 chains on my collar/2 drops no mileage/top off like Wallace/And I’m hell smoke bitch know that/Filthy rich before that,” followed by Rozay’s, spitting, “Spend it, spend it. Spend a stack every minute. 50, 100, I see no F’in limits”.

The single samples 2 Live Crew’s 90’s hit “Pop that C—-e” and there are rumors that a video was shot in Miami over Memorial Day Weekend.

French Montana is definitely starting off the summer right, as he also performed at what some may call the all-star game of hip hop, Summer Jam. The coke boy stunned the crowd by bringing out legendary Bad Boy emcee Ma$e. “I’m not bringing him, he’s bringing himself back. Being a part of it is legendary for me,” Montana told MTV News.