French Montana Taps Blueface & Lil Tjay for New Single 'Slide': Listen

French Montana
Meredith Jenks

French Montana photographed on July 31, 2018 in Los Angeles. 

2019 looks to be album time for French Montana. After appearing on "Medicine" next to Jennifer Lopez, the Bronx-bred artist returned Tuesday (April 16) with his latest single "Slide," which features a pair of neophyte rappers representing opposite coasts in Blueface and Lil Tjay.

Montana takes the baton from Tjay's Auto-Tuned crooning to let everyone know it's time to put some respect on his name. "Bow down to the Coke Boys/ Fuck me? Fuck you, lil ho/ Had respect for your ass/ Now it’s time for Montana to check your ass, fool," he raps. The uptempo beat then switches to pay homage to Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg's 1992 classic "Nuthin' But a 'G' Thang."

Blueface bursts through the front door with another raunchy assist. "VVS is busting/ Like Jerome Bettis (Like Jerome Bettis)/ I get to the fetty (Fetty)/ I got a fucking fetish/ ... Reach for my piece like opening eyes in Bird Box," the 22-year-old rhymes to close out the record.

Tune into CBS Tuesday night (April 16) at 10 p.m. ET to see French make a cameo on NCIS: New Orleans, where he'll also debut the new tune with a live performance. For now, listen to "Slide" below. 


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