Drake and French Montana were hard at work shooting the video for "No Shopping" recently, according to the hashtags. A handful of behind the scenes videos from the tropical shoot shows the pair exchanging laughs and a bit of Spanish, with Drizzy teeing off in a suit and flip flops. Being a rap star has its perks after all it seems.

While any Drake song, featured or otherwise, is sure to garner its fair share of attention, his collab with French has its own buzz, as a snippet released back in May seems to suggest that he might have a bar aimed at Joe Budden. Budden called Drizzy out for his disappointing verse work on Views, saying on his podcast, "40 continues to progress. Drake, you do not." It was curious then that Drake would start his verse, as previewed in a French Instagram post, with "pump, pump, pump it up." Budden then uploaded his own videos to IG discussing the likelihood of a pending diss, saying, "“First of all it's not a verse coming number one and if a verse do come all that means is I inspired him like my goal was anyway.”

Set aside Budden's case that several of Drake's lines on "4PM in Calabasas" are intended for him and the upcoming release of "No Shopping" further adds to the Drake rollout we've all been transfixed by. Whether Views lived up to the hype surrounding it isn't as much of the point here as Drake's ability to raise excitement for an album or a single track or a lone verse – and have fun while doing it. Check the clips of him and French up top and below.

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