Paypa ft. French Montana - Time Zone

Posted 4 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Cardiak
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

One of the dopest aspects of life as a rap heavyweight its the opportunity to see the world. On the first street single off his official studio debut, Paypa fills fans in on just how much he’s enjoying hopping from one Time Zone to another, backed by Cardiak‘s head-noddable street boardwork. French Montana continues his ongoing guest-verse spree, contributing his lyrical styilngs to the record’s back end. Paypa’s freshman set has yet to receive either a title or a solid release date, but we in the Booth will keep you supplied with the latest news and tunes. Watch for French Montana’s Excuse My French, featuring lead single Pop That and much more, to hit record stores and online retailers July 17.

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