French Montana Talks Collabing With Drake For "No Stylist" & Filming The Video

The South Bronx rapper went to South Florida to create the record.

(AllHipHop News) French Montana connected with Drake once again for another song. Following tracks like Stay Schemin'" and "Pop That," the Coke Boys commander and the OVO captain linked up again for "No Stylist."

The single debuted as Zane Lowe’s World Record on September 20. French also spoke to Lowe about working with Drake.

"I remember I came to Miami, it was me, him and Bad Bunny. We was at my boy Dave’s place, a bunch of ladies, a bunch of Miami Vice vibes," said Montana.

He continued, "It was just the energy. Some people make music, but you could tell they’re not friends. Me and him kind of like the same things in life. We from the same era, so it just came together."

French also talked about how The Bronx helped shaped fashion in Hip Hop culture. He plans to showcase Uptown New York in the music video for "No Stylist."

"I feel like people that changed fashion was the icons that we looked up to like Slick Rick when he came out with forty chains on, all the vintage looks. Even bring it up to date when Cam'ron came out with the pink mink," offered Montana.

The 33-year-old rhymer added, "We went to The Bronx and we shot the video. It has Slick Rick and the old school car with the Louis Vuitton seats and the Gucci seats. We had Cam’ron."