French Montana ft. Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg - All for You

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
Yung Ladd
Album:
Coke Boys 4

What, you thought French Montana was rocking mics, stacking paper and smoking weed in expensive whips for his own benefit? On the contrary, as the Bad Boy street mainstay emphasizes on his first feature of the New Year, he’s doing it All for You. Originally intended to appear on debut full-length Pardon My French, this record was left off the project due sample clearance issues—which is a damn shame, since its hit appeal is obvious. Not only does its feature a beat (courtesy of Yung Ladd) inspired by Lana Del Rey‘s 2011 breakout single, Video Games, it packs larger-than-life verses from two crowd-pleasing guests, West Coast vet Snoop Dogg and Pittsburgh phenom Wiz Khalifa. Like what you’re hearing? You can find All for You and much more on Montana’s Coke Boys 4 mixtape, released to the ‘net on New Year’s Day.

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